Photo #1 - My 35 Gallon Fish Only With Live Rock

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Photo Caption: my 35 gallon fish only with live rock
35 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - my 35 gallon fish only with live rock

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: this is my 35 gal. fowlr tank. it has a jebo 180 protein skimmer and millenium 3000 hang on filter. lighting is simple flourescent right now, but i have ordered 96 watt half and half. all corals used are synthetic. my live rock is fiji premium.
Advice: if your going marine double up on equipment more flow less problems.
Fish Kept: in this tank i have 2 percula clowns, 1 coral beauty, 1 flame angel, and 1 lawnmower blenny. also 1 serpent star and 10 blue and red hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: all corals artificial.
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: its not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of fight in the dog.
About Yourself: i'm a big hobbyist. i have one room dedicated to my aquariums. i have 1 55 gallon malawi cichlid tank, 1 35 gallon marine tank, 1 40 gallon hex tank housing my convicts, 1 30 gallon oscar tank, 1 10 gallon community tank for tetras, 1 huge iquana hand crafted iguana lounge, 40 gal. with red tailed boa and 25 gal. hosting red bellied toads and tree frogs.

COMMENTS

I really like the gravel layout... Great choice of fish as well.... fish avatar
really nice tank i love the sand wave at the bottom !! adds alot fish avatar
i love what you have done with the sand scheme. its adds so much to tank. great idea. fish avatar

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