Photo #2 - The First Reef Tank, Set Up And Running About 4 M...

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Photo Caption: The first Reef Tank, set up and running about 4 months now. Everything is already growing into each other, crowding each other out or stinging neighbors! 7 fish, including 2 True Percula Clowns, 1 Neon Goby, 1 Bicolor Chromis, 1 sm. Blue Hep Tang, 1 Coral Beauty, and 1 Tailspot Blenny. The "floor" of the aquarium is already littered with cuttings I've had to take from Xeniids and Leather Corals...this stuff is just growing like weeds!
24 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Our 2nd tank, only running for 1 month. A mated pair of Bangaii Cardinalfish, a proven reverse trio of Lattice Cardinalfish (Apogon margaritophora), and 2 Firefish currently reside. This tank is really more for growout and holding of frags, as well as being a dedicated Tridacna and Macro Algae system...
24 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - The first Reef Tank, set up and running about 4 months now. Everything is already growing into each other, crowding each other out or stinging neighbors! 7 fish, including 2 True Percula Clowns, 1 Neon Goby, 1 Bicolor Chromis, 1 sm. Blue Hep Tang, 1 Coral Beauty, and 1 Tailspot Blenny. The "floor" of the aquarium is already littered with cuttings I've had to take from Xeniids and Leather Corals...this stuff is just growing like weeds!

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Running 2 24 gallon nano cube Reef Aquariums, pretty much stock setups.
Advice: Don't be afraid to break the rules and try something that someone tells you can't be done.
Fish Kept: Too many in this lifetime to ever make a list.
Corals/Plants: DITTO!
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: I got nothing...

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