Photo #1 - 29 Gallon, First Saltwater Tank.

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Submitted By: Joshua on
Photo Caption: 29 Gallon, First Saltwater tank.
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 29 Gallon, First Saltwater tank.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: This is my first Salt Water aquarium. I bought the 29 gallon BioCube and it is working really well for me so far. I'm not familiar with the lighting specs, but i know that I have a wet dry filtration system.
Advice: If you don't have patience, try doing freshwater. Saltwater, to me, is a lot more challenging than freshwater.
Fish Kept: 1 Yellow tang, 1 Mandarin Goby, 1 Yellow head goby, 1 starfish, 1 Clownfish, and 1 Cleaner shrimp. ( and the usual clean up crew of crabs and snails)
Corals/Plants: 1 Torch Coral, 1 Colt Coral, Green Mushroom, 1 Yellow sun polyp, and another unknown type of Mushroom.
Tank Size: 29 gallons

COMMENTS

1 fish avatar
-1' fish avatar
look out for them tang police lol fish avatar
Agree. Nice tank, just too small for the tang fish avatar
that tank is way too small for the Tang they need large spaces to swim 60 gallon Min. fish avatar
kool tank, hey the tang is fine in that tank... fish avatar
You need to the Tang out dude. A Tang needs a 100+ gallon tank fish avatar

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