Tank: Oceanic 46 bow, Lighting: Coralife Aqualight 36 inch dual compact 10,000k/actinic blue fluorescent (96 watts X 2), Filters: Eheim 2217, Fluval 404 (combined 500 gallons per hour), UV: Coralife Turbo Twist, Protein Skimmer: Prism Deluxe, Powerhead: Aquaclear 50, Heater: Jager 3607 (200 watt)
Read, ask a lot of questions, do water changes, Once your tank is up and running, you can't imagine what it does to a room.
powder blue tang, coral beauty angle,rock sea bass, yellow dottyback, maroon clown, blue throat trigger, 3 stripe damsel, 4 green reef chromis, 2 blue damsels, lawnmower blennie, blue cleaner wrasse, bicolor cleaner wrasse, long nose hawkfish, arrow crab, fire shrimp, 2 cleaner shrimp,
100-200 turbo snails (reproduced in tank), 50-60 assorted hermit crabs, 2 lettuce nudibranch (sea slugs)
All soft coral:assorted mushroom coral, leathers, colts, xenias and assorted polyps
I'm trying to keep 30 fish in this tank with 0 nitrate levels, then I will set up a 200 gallon long (can't wait)
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If you've ever seen those fluorescent fish at your local pet store and wondered what they are, you'll learn everything you want to know in this article.