Photo #2 - This Is The Start Of My Reef Tank

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Photo Caption: This is the start of my Reef Tank
60 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My 60 Gallon
60 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - This is the start of my Reef Tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: * 60gal (48x15x18) * 48" Aqualight Pro Light Fixture (24 Hour Lighting) * Hang on Overflow (AquaClear) * Custom Made 22gal Wet & Dry System * SeaClone 150 Protein Skimmer * Quiet One 3000 Return Pump * (2) AquaClear PowerHead (802) * (2) AquaClear PowerHead (30) * (2) Hydor FLO Rotating Deflector * Rio 600 Water Pump * Switching Current Water Director (SCWD)
Advice: Do a lot of HOMEWORK before you start & Take your time.
Fish Kept: 1 - Blue Tank, 1 - Damsel, 6 - Blue Green Chromes, 13 - Electric Blue Hermit Crabs, 1 - Clearer Shrimp, 1 - Chocolate Chip Star Fish
Corals/Plants: * Colony Polyps * White Pom Pom Xenia * Hairy Mushroom * 50 pounds of Live Sand * 85 Pounds of Live Rock
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: It's not over till the fat lady signs
About Yourself: This fish tank is one of my 2 hobbie. My other hobbie is flying RC Helicopters.

COMMENTS

Very nice 3D aquascaping! HATS OFF! fish avatar
pretty nice.. ... =) fish avatar
Nice tank. Just watch out for your cc starfish with you mushrooms and soft corals. fish avatar

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