Photo #5 - 125g`reef - Lung Fish,pleco,ghost Shrimp,guppies ...

125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125g`reef
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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125g
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - lungfish in my 125g 4 overflows int 30g sump.I have 2 cubic feet of lava rock in a garbage can that is plumbed to my sump at the last stage with my return pump to avoid debri in biofilter.I have used this method with great results in fresh and reef tank applications avoiding the need for sand or gravel in main tank but still getting positive biological filtration with less maintanence.
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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125g`reef
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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125g west african lungfish tank.
freshwater fish - protopterus annectens annectens - west african lungfish stocking in 125 gallons tank - West African Lungfish close up. It is hard to get whole fish and focused at the same time he is 2 feet and growing.I have been feeding him wardlley algea wafers and OSI shrimp pellets.They both are loaded with vitamins for color enhanceing.There is another WAL on webshots that is about 85%yellow.Mine is catching up.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 125g Lung fish only tank.4 overflows into30g sump.No gravel to keep tank extra clean.My fish is 2' and makes alot of waste.0 nitrates,0 phosphates.I use alot of filter media,carbon etc.I use techniques from my 125g stony coral tank.
Advice: bring your wallet
Fish Kept: Lung Fish,pleco,ghost shrimp,guppies in the main tank .and amano shrimp in the sump. Reef tank assorted damsels bicolor chromis,sotted moray,cleaner shrimp, wrasses,etc.
Corals/Plants: java fern of 3 types.I hate fake plants but I like my fake rocks and roots.They are easy to move and don't effect water chemistry. sps,lps,soft stuff.Around 150 seperate colonies of acorapora,capricornus,digatata.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: go big or go home!!!
About Yourself: 17yrs in the game ! I have kept a ton of fish and corals.I have also aquacultered and sold a ton of coral.My lungfish is the best fish I have ever kept in my book.


Wow... impressive collection but sometimes more is just, well.....more. Any room for fish to swim or even enough room for any acro colony to get larger than 6in. in diameter? Sorry, I just don't get the "packed to the gills" look. fish avatar
that is an official setup, havin all that hard coral on top just makes the tank. excellent job fish avatar
I must say I really like the full look your #1 to me!!! fish avatar
nice reef tank fish avatar
wow, wow, and wow!! Very cool tank. You know your stuff. Looks very stable. I'm still learning freshwater. fish avatar


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