Photo #1 - My Pool - Damsel, Clowfish - Gallaxea, Poliflora

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Submitted By: Ricardo Melo on
Photo Caption: my pool
80 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my pool

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Country: Brazil
Description: large & bulk
Advice: beware the algae!
Fish Kept: damsel, clowfish
Corals/Plants: gallaxea, poliflora
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: remember much?
About Yourself: new & lurking

COMMENTS

Picture quality is poor, and your desription doesn't reflect the tank I am seeing. Do you have 5 foot ceilings? That tank is at least 6 foot long, probably more like 8 ft. I bet you wish this was your tank...Take some more and better pictures and prove us skeptics wrong. fish avatar
That angel is huge. No way this is only 80 gal. More like 225. I'll bet the lights throw off a lot of heat into the living room and kitchen. Nice cabinetry. Looks like you need a ladder to feed and clean. Is that a single overflow in the middle? fish avatar
you are full of it. A: not a reef. I can see the angel and clown trigger from here. if you had damsels and clowfish (it's supposed to be clownfish btw) they would be eaten right along with any live coral. B: Not an 80 gallon, that is at least a 6' tank, meaning that the smallest it could be would be 125 gallon, and by the size of the fish, I doubt that. C: I can also see the coral is fake from here, so also definately not a reef. My conclusion..... NOT YOUR TANK. fish avatar
nice tank but i cant really see the pic fish avatar

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