Photo #1 - 120 Gallon Tank - 2 Tomato Clowns 4/30/06 1 Yell...

previous
next
Submitted By: cdkoho1 on
Photo Caption: 120 gallon tank
120 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 120 gallon tank

Rank Info

Ranked #100 out of 571 saltwater fish tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 82.49% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 5.36
This picture has been rated : 211 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.32

More Info

State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 120 Gallon tank Rena xp3 canister Filter turboflotor 1000 multi protein skimmer 1-maxi-jet 900 power head 2-theo 300 watt heaters Orbit compact fluorescent light's
Advice: Research big time!!! Water quailty is key to success!!! No question is a dumb question in salt water aquariums.
Fish Kept: 2 tomato clowns 4/30/06 1 yellow tang 4/8/2006 1 strawberry basslet 4/8/2006 1 Sailfin Blenny 4/23/2006 1 Pearl scale butterfly 9/29/2006 48 scarlet hermits 35 turbo snails 35 Dwarf Blue Leg Hermits 6/26/2006 2 Engineer Gobies 8/6/2006 1-Green Brittle star 1/20/2006 2-Condy Anemone's 1-Six line Wrasse 9/5/2007 1-coral banded shrimp 9/5/2007
Corals/Plants: 52 lbs of figi live rock,41 lbs lalo live rock, lace rock
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: Money isn,t everything
About Yourself: I have a 55 gallon salt water tank,but now I,m going big time to a 120 gallon.

COMMENTS

Awesome tank almost have 120 gal setup in my room. any tips would be sweet like you tank hope my tank could be that good. fish avatar
Nice set up! I think you have a peaceful community there. Good luck on the 120! Great size! fish avatar

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

Kalkwasser for the Marine Tank
KALKWASSER FOR THE MARINE TANK
Maintaining proper calcium levels is an important part of keeping your marine tank healthy.
How to Buy Aquarium Supplies Online
HOW TO BUY AQUARIUM SUPPLIES ONLINE
Why buy Aquarium Supplies online?
All About Tropical Fish Tanks
ALL ABOUT TROPICAL FISH TANKS
An overview of tropical fish tanks, what they are, and the pros/cons of keeping one.

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES