Brand spanking new to the Saltwater world after having kept tropical freshwater off and on or many years.
I just purchased an AGA 125 gallon "reef ready sort-of" used tank that is 72"x18"x22".
The reason I say "sort-of" is that the holes are drilled (2 in each back corner...
I would like to have a tang in my tank. What one would you recommend if i am able to have one in mine.
i know people recommend a min of a 6 foot tank. but some of the articles i have read on tangs a few of the tangs state a min of 75 which is a 4 foot tank.
<!-- / icon and title --><!-- message -->So we are going to add a small group (1 m, 2f) from the genus Genicanthus to our 135-gallon tropical reef tank, and we are looking for people's experiences and favorite species to help us make our choice. These are the so-called swallowtail or lyretail...
So we are going to add a small group (1 m, 2f) from the genus Genicanthus to our 135-gallon tropical reef tank, and we are looking for people's experiences and favorite species to help us make our choice. These are the so-called swallowtail or lyretail angels, and they will have some of the...
Here are some fish I have considered (obviously not all of these in the one tank). Any obvious additions or deletions? Any feedback on any of these?
Zebrasoma flavescens Yellow Tang; Paracheilinus carpenteri Carpenter’s Flasher Wrasse Harem; Pterapogon kauderni Banggai Cardinal (pair); Premnas...
So I took the proverbial plunge and ordered a 135-gallon tank yesterday. The new baby is 72"x18"x24 with a center trap overflow and a black back. SOOOOOOOOOOOO....what do you think I should do with it?
Give me all your ideas on equipment, livestock, etc.
Thanks in advance.
Hello everybody. As of today I have started my complete DIY system. First a little background info about myself and how this came to be:
My first tank was a 55 gallon reef that I started back when I was 17 (now 22) and it went strong for three years. Being a student with three jobs was rough...
is it possible to contract Red Tide Poisoning from cyano bacteria dinoflagellate free floting in my tank.. ? im still having Respitory problems (feels hard to take in a deep breath, happening often..like ive been running)
Ive been researching saltwater tanks for a very long time now and i think i know just about everything i need to start my tank. but when i started deciding on which fish to put in, i realized that i knew nearly nothing about these fish. i know that damsels, mollies, and clownfish are good...
This is my tank
3 Zebrasoma Flavescens (Used to have 5 but the internal tang wars has down
sized the crew)
1 Chelmon Rostratus
2 Premnas Bimaculatus ( one red and white and one black and Yellow)
1 Cirrhilabrus cyanopleura (beautiful fish and fast)
5 Chromis dont know latin name...
I'm new here, and I'm glad that I found the new home of the BB-tank keepers. I'm Leonardo, 22 years old and I live in The Netherlands.
I'm setting up a cube-shaped tank, bare-Bottom of course...
86 Gallon Shallow Cube
15 Gallon Sump
Tunze 6110 (3170 G/h)...
I am in the planning of a large reef 10 x 3 x 2 1/2 or 10 x 2 1/2 x 2 1/2, I had intended to get gold striped moroon clowns however feel they may be a bit aggresive what clowns would be compatible with the following list
M Green Mandarin Synchiropus splendidus
FM Green Mandarin...
I previously posted that I am planning a 10 foot full reef. I have a wish list of fish and was hoping to include 1 or 2 wrass that are reef safe with corals and anenomes and compatible with the following fish.
M Green Mandarin Synchiropus splendidus
FM Green Mandarin Synchiropus...
we have had smaller and i mean smaller tanks but want to take the step to a full blown reef, am looking forward to the chanllenge both my wife and i love the whoe eco system idea. We have a pretty good budget for this and will be doing a tank project at a time
Have started planning a 10ft...
My poor Toadstool is not feeling well. I have read much on various boards and peoples personal web sites and many mention that their sarcophyton "sulked" or seeemingly failed to thrive for some time (up to a month in one case) before recovering.
The first evening that he went in the tank -...