Photo #2 - 34g Red Sea Max - Percula Clown Pair, Regal Tang,...

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Country: Australia
Description: Red Sea Max 34G. 20% water change every 3 weeks. tank is always 27 degrees celsius, apart from nightime which drops to around 25. this tank has been running for around 10 months now, I give calcium dosages every two days and maintain buffering solutions once a week.
Advice: always be patient when dealing with saltwater fishtanks, otherwise you will pay for it.
Fish Kept: percula clown pair, Regal tang, flame angel, pajama cardinalfish, turbo snail, blue-legged hermit crab.
Corals/Plants: frogspawn, bubble-tip anemone, flower pot, branching hammer, anchor, toadstool mushrom, bubble, lobed brain, leather finger, long-tentacled pate
Tank Size: 34 gallons
About Yourself: I first got into this hobby by loving the colours of the marine fish, but being discouraged from different people I decided to do alot more research into the hobby and decided to start small with a Red Sea Max. and so far it has been the best hobby I have ever gotten into.

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Nice looking tank but that tank is WAY too snall for the Yellow Tang... They should be in a 55g or larger... You're only stressing out the fish... fish avatar
thanks alot!! I have done some re-arranging now so it looks even better. I will try and get a pic up soon. fish avatar
my favourite on the site :) fish avatar

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