Photo #4 - Schooling Chromis - Way Too Many. Might Get Rid ...

saltwater fish - chromis viridis - blue/green reef chromis stocking in 180 gallons tank - Schooling Chromis
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Photo Caption: Schooling Chromis
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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 180 gallon reef tank 260 lbs of live rock 4-5" Deep sand bed 2 AquaC Pro skimmers wPhosban in each surface skimmer box Rena XP4 canister filter running only chemipure, nothing else. 19 watt UV sterilizer 384 wallts of PC light. Half daylignt half actinic. Low light reef set up. Many of my corals are non-photosynthetic and difficult to keep. I feed fairly heavy and do about a 40 gallon water change once every 3-4 weeks.
Advice: Do your research and have alot of patience.
Fish Kept: Way too many. Might get rid of a few 1 Flame Angel 1 Pinktail Trigger 1 Ornate Wrasse 1 Falco Hawkfish 1 Banghai Cardinal 3 Percula Clownfish 5 Green Chromis 1 Purple Firefish 1 Serpent Sea Star Numerous snails and hermit crabs (180+ or more)
Corals/Plants: Lobophytum (Devils hand) Lobophytum (blue) spp. Pavona Maldivensis Duncanopsammia spp Sarcophytum (Toadstool) numerous zoanthids 2 types of Mushrooms 2 types of Rhicordai Zenia spp. 2 types Gorgonians Kenya Coral Tree Orange Nepthea (doing great and growing) Favia sp. Candy cane (green) Orange Star Polyps 2 Hawaiian tube worms others...
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: I need more corals!
About Yourself: Started with a 10 gallon fresh water tank when I was 10 years old. Did that for 2 years. Didn't get back into the hobby until 18 years later. I had one 55 gallon fresh water and another 55 gallon saltwater FOWLR. Finally upgraded to a 180 gallon tank and gave away the other tanks to my relatives.


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