Photo Caption:Where to begin is the question. Been working on this tank for a few years and finally turned it into a showcase tank. The Blue Ahli is one-of-a-kind...My large Uaru, Chuck, is all day. There's a good sized Frontosa in there who is best friends with a Parrot Fish...Go figure. My Yellow Labidochromis is still pretty young, but he can hold his own. I've got a school (5) of Emerald Rainbows and a school (3) of Red Hook Silver Dollars. Hidden under the rock is a 14'' Tire track eel. Doesn't come out much...and I've never seen him eat. (had him for 6 months) The two guys on top are my Asian Needle Nose Gar and my Red Pink Tailed Chalseus. I've also got a Royal Pleco. You gotta love his red eyes.
Description: Let's see. It's a 90 gal. tank. Pine stand and top. two 36" lighting fixtures with power-glo bulbs. Emperor filter. Two aqua clear power heads ( one for current & air and one for my coral life UV light filter.) Pretty simple setup...but it works well.
Advice: Fish tanks are awesome. Doesn't matter if you do fresh or salt...it's all fun. NEVER THINK IT'S EASY! To keep your tank looking it's best it takes a lot of work. So with that in mind...have fun.
About Yourself: What's up? I'm Pat. I started out with a simple 20 gal. setup. Had it for about a month before I bought my next tank. I've done salt tanks and fresh. Most friends call me the fish doctor. What can I say? Tanks are a lot of fun. I think every house should have at least one tank. hahaha.