Photo #2 - Marine Reef Display Tank 2 July2009

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Photo Caption: Marine Reef Display Tank 2 July2009
250 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Latest Uploade Picture
fish tank picture - Marine Reef Display Tank 2 July2009

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Country: Malaysia
Description: 5ft x 2ft x 3ft Weipro Skimmer SA2018 x 2 MH 20k 150w aquahouse x 2 Atlas 30 000 Atman AT-107 6` Cooling Fan x 3 4ft T5 Coral blue light
Advice: Setting up a marine reef aquarium setup requires lots and lots of knowledge . One must be prepared to spend a great deal of time and effort studying water chemistry and fish & invertebrate biology. A reef tank takes a long time to mature so you need to build the eco-system in the tank which is sustainable, ensuring that the system is able to support itself before introducing more livestock or more sensitive species. So never overstock and always be patient.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang Blue Tang Yellow Damselfish Blue Damselfish Yellow Wrasse Yellow Fin Fairy Wrasse Ocellaris Clownfish Yellowstripe Maroon Clownfish Six line wrasse
Corals/Plants: Glove Polyp Button Polyp Colony Polyps Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral, Green Tips Brain Worm Platygyra Coral Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral, Brown Tree Coral, Green Trumpet Coral Brain Coral, Trachyphyllia Frogspawn Coral – Branched Hammer / Anchor Coral, Branching Cup Coral, Pagoda Plate Coral, Short Tentacle Bubble Coral, Pearl
Tank Size: 250 gallons

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