Photo #2 - This Was My 150 Freshwater Tank. Dimensions Are 4...

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Photo Caption: This was my 150 freshwater tank. Dimensions are 48x24x31. Stuffed with chichlids, babies everywhere. 150 lbs of rock and driftwood that I had found myself. A mixture of different chichlid sands. A few fake plants for color. Fluval FX5 canister filter, a 600 gph koralia powerhead for circulation. Two 48" 40w T-8 10K and Actinic for color. 3 x 50w of xenon halogen lighting, gave a nice shimmering effect.
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 29 gal soon to be reef
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This was my 150 freshwater tank. Dimensions are 48x24x31. Stuffed with chichlids, babies everywhere. 150 lbs of rock and driftwood that I had found myself. A mixture of different chichlid sands. A few fake plants for color. Fluval FX5 canister filter, a 600 gph koralia powerhead for circulation. Two 48" 40w T-8 10K and Actinic for color. 3 x 50w of xenon halogen lighting, gave a nice shimmering effect.
29 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My 150 FOWLR. Tank dimensions are 48x24x32". Fluval fX5 925 gph, 400 gph skilter. One 600 gph and two 400 gph koralia powerhead. 260w power compacts - 130w 10k and 130w actinic. LED moonlighting. All on timers for that dawn till dusk effect. Two addtional 925 gph powerheads. 250 lbs of live rock and 100 lbs of sand.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 400 gph filter, protein skimmer. 150w Metal Halide. Two 400 gph and one 600 gph hydor koralias on a wavemaker.
Advice: Read and ask as many questions as you can. Know your spectrum and water quality perimeters. Your knowledge will grow with experience. Take your time.
Fish Kept: 2 Clowns, 1 Blue Yellow Damsil, Chocolate Chip Starfish, Sea Urchin, Blue Leg Hermits, Coral Banded Shrimp, Clam, Featherdusters
Corals/Plants: Approx 50 lbs of Live Rock, 20 lbs of sand, Xenia, Pipe Organ, Various Zoanthides
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment.
About Yourself: I have been doing freshwater for about 15 years. Just started saltwater last year. I had a 150 gallon FOWLR tank. Want to start a some what affordable reef tank, so I downgraded to a 29.

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