Photo #2 - The Tank At 2.5 Weeks Old. - None Yet. I Still Ne...

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Photo Caption: The tank at 2.5 weeks old.
50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 60 gallon setup
50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - The tank at 2.5 weeks old.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: This is just the beginning of my 50 gallon semi-reef tank., , Equipment I'm running:, , 80 Pounds of Marine White Sand, 102.5 lbs. of Fiji Premium Live Rock, Orbit 24 Hour Lighting System Model 1024 48" 4x65 watt, CPR Aquatics - BAK-PAKā„¢ 2R+, Rio 600 Powerhead, Rio 800 Powerhead, 2 heaters that work well and keep the tank at 78 to 80 degrees. , Hang-on Refugium,
Advice: Well I'm new myself, but what I'm learning is to be patient & persistent, never stop reading, and never stop researching.
Fish Kept: None yet. I still need about 5 months to cycle.
Corals/Plants: Same as above.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Life's a journey, not a destination.

COMMENTS

Well, I must say you have spent time planning the aquascape! This is gorgeous! Absolutely breathtaking. Soon as some coral goes in...I can't wait. :) fish avatar
nice rock setup i like the cave look, thats only 100 lbs? (looks like more) i dont think thats fiji premium tho, i dont see anything living on it, check mine thats sum premium fiji for ya fish avatar

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