I have recently upgraded from a 72 gallon bowfront to this 180 gallon built in. I am still working on the filtration system and aquascaping. I currently have a large yellow belly blue hippo (main reason for the upgrade) a powder blue tang, a pair of black clowns, a pair of perc clowns, a few schooling chromis, several different gobies, a garden eel and a few other fish along with a bunch of different snails, crabs and shrimp. I plan on adding at least another 100 pounds of live rock and once I know everything is perfect with the filtration I want to really pack the tank with corals. Currently I have a nice devils hand leather, frogspawn, chalice, polyps, zoos, brains, ricordias and a few others in there. I am seriously considering hiring someone or a company to help me perfect the filtration (add calc reactor, u/v sterilizer, and a top off system. I would also be interested in having this person/company perform my monthly maintenance and water changes. If anyone can refer me to someone reputable that could help me out it would be greatly appreciated.
Nice. I havnt seen an adult yellow belly before. I want one,lol but wont have the tank till I grow out of my 80g.
Not sure where commerce is exactly but I think fish doctors does maintenance and they have 3 stores down there.
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Hey being as were from the same area and sent a few PM's back and forth, there really isn't many LFS's close. but i would recommend checking out Choice Aquariums, its on 12mile and orchard lake, so its faily close and i think they do maintance stuff like you want.
looking good! i should swing by sometime and check it out.
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