Photo #1 - My 100 Gallon (375l) Reef Tank.

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Photo Caption: My 100 gallon (375L) reef tank.
100 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 100 gallon (375L) reef tank.

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Country: Sweden
Description: Dimensions: Length: 47 inch (120 cm) Depth: 20 inch (51cm) Height: 24 inch (62cm) Equipment: 2 Tunze stream 6060, 1 Tunze wavebox, Deltec mce 600 external skimmer, T5 6x54w ATI active cooling, Tunze Osmolator Universal 3155, DIY LED moonlight. I
Advice: Take your time before getting into this hobby. Read books and make sure you get the right equipment from the beginning. Knowledge will save you a lot of money and headache in this wonderful hobby. The most rewarding part of this hobby for me is to be able to breed marine fish. I breed the Banggai Cardinal which is a great fish to start with and this species is sadly also threatened in nature because of our hobby. Happy reefing!
Fish Kept: Fish: 1 Blue powder tang (Acanthurus leucosternon ), 1Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens), 7 (Pterapogon kauderni), 2 Cleaner Gobies (Gobiosoma spp), 1 Blue-green Chromis Viridis, 2 Common clown fish (Amphiprion ocellaris), 1 Bicolor Blenny (Ecsenius bicolor). Invertebrates: 20 Trochus snails 1 Tuxedo urchin (Mespilia globulus) 1 unidentified crab
Corals/Plants: Sps, Lps and soft corals. Some macro algae.
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: It´s only common sense but common sense is not that common

COMMENTS

and I'm not despina, I dont know why that came up... fish avatar
your tank has been on here quite a while, still one of my favorites! gave it a 10! again! fish avatar
really awesome, love the rock work! fish avatar

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