Photo #2 - Blue Spotted Ray - Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Yellowta...

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fish tank picture - My reef 2300lt (510 gallon)
saltwater fish - taeniura lymma - blue dot stingray stocking in 510 gallons tank - Blue spotted ray

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Country: Great Britain
Description: Dimensions of my aquarium our 8x3x3 and the sump is 5x2x2.5ft with equipment including LEDs,bubble magnus c9skimmers,deltec e flow return pump,deltec uv,red sea ozone unit,rowa phos,dosing pumps,calcium reactor and nopox being used.
Advice: Get the book "Saltwater aquariums for dummies" I treat it as my bible
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Yellowtail Damselfish, Vlamingii Tang, Yellow Belly Regal Blue Tang, Yellowstripe Maroon Clownfish, Bluespotted Stingray, Sailfin Tang, Purple Tang, Kaudern's Cardinal, Orbicular Cardinal, Three Spot Domino Damselfish
Corals/Plants: Monti's,acros,acans,stynophillia*,Xenia,hammers,Duncan's,leather,clams
Tank Size: 510 gallons
About Yourself: Been keeping marine fish for around 5years now,started out with a 1200lt aquarium and up graded to 2300lt last August,I enjoy keeping tangs and like to let my monti's grow as big as I can!

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