Anyway, I bought my 150 glass cube from, Ardo Ski. it is 36x36x27. center overflow in the back, came with his lighting, 10 36" t-5's, I have a snapper return pump, Octo 250 skimmer, AC3, I had a stand built out of oak, and the tank is just cycling right now. Will be very basic and very simple. Here are a few photos.
Tank on stand
Starting rock work
trying it out in the tank
top down of rock work
Water in front view
Thanks all I have for right now, I will get some more taken with the other lights on, and once the cycle is done.
I love the potters but you will not want zoos with them. Or lps for that matter. I really wanted a potters and/or an eibli they are both lps and zoo munchers from what I have read.
all depends on how they are raised and fed, people told me i couldnt have them before, my last reef had a blueface, emperor, ebili, coral beauty. All with clams, zoas, lps and sps, only thing i could not keep was a brain coral.. so we shall see how that all goes together. I took my time to feed them and care for them so they didnt have a need to pick and they enjoyed being fed by me.
Thanks Slapshot, well its only a 150 so i cant have the MASSIVE collection of fish and tangs like I did last time.. I think i had over 30 fish at one point, and most large tangs. but glad to be back, hope I can stay with the 150 for a while..
I would really like a few anthias as well.. 3 females 1 male perhaps...
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