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NateDawg's 60 Gallon Mixed Reef

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Hey guys, haven't posted a tank thread before but figured I'd put this one up. Anyway, I just moved to a bigger place that would allow me to have a larger tank so I just got everything moved over last week. The tank before this was a standard 29 that I just basically moved everything right over to the new one.

Equipment:

- 20ish gallon DIY acrylic sump

- simplicity dc320 skimmer

- simplicity dc1600 return

- 2x jebao rw-8 wavemakers

- lighting is a DIY led fixture that I middle the new orphec v4 after but added a couple color spectrums too.

- diy ITC-1000 temp. Controller

- diy ATO

-probably missing something...

Livestock:

Zoas: king midas, salted agave, CARs, blueberry fields, utter chaos, radioactive dragon eyes, sakura sunrise, bam bams, rastas, scrambled eggs, BBBs, everlasting gobstoppers, pink diamonds, Darth mauls, hallucinations, rainbow incinerators, space queens, twizzlers, granny apple Smith's, leprechauns, GB yellow hornets, and many more unnamed...

Sps: $500 efflo, green slimer, Oregon tort, BigR WD, ora red planet, Garf bonsai, tricolor undata, orange setosa, ORA Red Planet, many more..

Fish: 2x standard clowns, purple tang, Potters Angelfish, green clown goby

Various cleanup crews

Anyway, lots more, just got tired of listing haha

 

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Nice Nate!  Looks like you have quite the zoa collection going there.  Congrats on the move/upsize.

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57 minutes ago, albertareef said:

Nice Nate!  Looks like you have quite the zoa collection going there.  Congrats on the move/upsize.

Thanks! Zoas are probably the thing that got me into the hobby in the first place. Oddly enough, the only coral I lost in the move were all my birds nest which I always thought was a more hardy sps.

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Shout out to @ThePremiumAquariumfor this beautiful specimen! Added a new potters angelfish to the tank 3 days ago, so far he's not touched anything but the algae on the rocks and does a better job at it than my confused purple tang who doesn't like seaweed or algae....20190822_160526.jpg

Sorry for the potato quality photo...

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1 hour ago, kilmca said:

Great looking tank, Potters angels are one of my favorite fish.  

Thanks! I'm just crossing my fingers that he won't decide to munch on the corals or clam, so far he hasn't seem interested much at all. (Knocks on wood)

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Love the Potters Angel - great looking fish.  Hope he proves to be a good tank mate.  I have had pretty good luck with the dwarf angels so far but every fish is different.

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