Filtration: Penguin 350 and Rena XP1
Heater: 200 watt Fluval "E" Series
Lighting: Coralife 96w Compact Fluorescent Fixture
Substrate: Sakrete Natural Play Sand/Black Marine Sand
Rocks: Petrified wood, Pagoda, Black/Gray Slate, River Rock
Background: Black (painted)
Plants ---> Anubias: Barteri, Coffefolia, and Nana. Crypt Lutea, Java Ferns, Apon. Madagascar Lace, and Taiwan Moss on Driftwood.
Feeding: New Life Spectrum Cichlid Formula, OSI Brine Shrimp Flakes.
Research before you buy it will save you money and time!
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i have MTS (multiple tank syndrome) it's AWESOME!!!!
The pet trade gets a bad rap for exploiting wild animals but sometimes the opposite is true.
Modern advances in technology affect every industry - even the aquarium hobby.
If you are looking for a unique invertebrate to add to your saltwater tank, consider the sea urchin.