Photo #2 - Old Pic Of 125 No Longer Have It!! 90 Set Up Now ...

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Photo Caption: old pic of 125 no longer have it!! 90 set up now waiting to get a good pic
90 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - another pic with more fish trying to get all fish in one shot what a pain!
90 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - old pic of 125 no longer have it!! 90 set up now waiting to get a good pic

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 90 Gallon with two Emperor 400s, and a sea clone protein skimmer.
Advice: I can say from some mistakes I have made. Go bigger with everthing than the size of you tank. And set up a Q-tank lost a hole tank of fish due to a puffer with ick and velvet.
Fish Kept: Naso tang, yellow tang, two mated pair of black clowns,flame angle, fire fish and a royal gramma, 6 snails and some green crabs
Corals/Plants: will be getting new ones after the move
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I have to have it.
About Yourself: Have always had small fresh water tanks as a kid. Started saltwater with a 20 gallon long that lasted about 2 weeks. went to a 75 that lasted about 3 months went to a 120 now have a 125 but my goal is to get a 500 or 1,000 gallon and use the 125 as a sump/ refugium when we move into our new house.

COMMENTS

Looks great! Love the selection of fish.... fish avatar
It looks real nice, do you have a refugum for this ? fish avatar
pretty nice tank u have i like ur fish too good job !!! fish avatar
i dont think i ever saw more perfict looking tank then that. fish avatar

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