Photo #1 - 150g Berlin Style Sump, No Substrate 1.5 Yrs Old

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Submitted By: Mark on
Photo Caption: 150g berlin style sump, no substrate 1.5 yrs old
150 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 150g berlin style sump, no substrate 1.5 yrs old

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Ranked #285 out of 1581 reef tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 81.97% of pictures in this category
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The Average Score for this picture is: 5.97
This picture has been rated : 216 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.24

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 150g 48x24x30, 4ft Hamilton tech, 2-400wtt 14000kbulbs, 2 vho atinic bulbs. 4 maxijet 1200 pwr heads for flow. Belrin style sump with Euro reef 135 skimmer, 57 wtt sterilizer.
Advice: Take your time, Purchase your equipment wisely. If you try to cut costs in the beginning it will cost you more to fix the problems that will develop in the future from faulty or improper equimpment. If need be wait a few weeks more and save some extra money if neccessary.
Fish Kept: yelllow tang, hippo tang,kole tang,sailfin tang, valimini tang, 4 grn chromis, 3 blue damsels, Pair of marroon clowns, mandrine goby,Yellow watchman goby, bluespot watchman, blk sailfin blenny, bi-color blenny, 3 seahorses, scooter blenny, enginiere goby, yellow fox face, coral beauty,numerous hermits, snails, sally lightfoot and emrald crabs. blue and purple linkia stars, 4 cleaner shrimp 4 fire shrimpt, coral banded shrimp.
Corals/Plants: various mushrooms, torch, various acros, orange- purple- and brown caps. elegance, colt, 3 crocea clams, 1 dersa clam, 2 maze brains, 1 bubble anenome, various trumpets, numerous ast. leathers,
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: Good lighting is the key
About Yourself: i have been keeping aquariums for over 20 years past 2-3 years I have been seriously into the reef tank hobby. I now work full time in the Aquarium maintenance buisness.

COMMENTS

Love the Heniochus Butterfly fish. Tried keeping some in my reef with no luck. They munched on my corals. They were suppose to be Heniochus Diphreutes which are suppose to be "Reef Safe", but think I might have got Heniochus Acuminatus instead which are not reef safe. Very hard to distinguish between the two species. Especially as juveniles. fish avatar
I am not a reef freak, but I think you have a real beauty here. I gave you a 10, I love the fact that the fish are actually visible in the shot of your tank. My favorite part of aquarium keeping are the fish, I have been into freshwater for only five years as of yet. Keep up the hard work, it shows. fish avatar

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