Wow !I have a few more than 50 corals in my tank (no frags). Mostly zoas but some LPS and SPS. I also have over 40 anemones (36 RFA, 2 curly-Q, 4 mini-max).
I made my tank and it's a 90g tank with a 25G sump/fuge. It's 36" x 30" x 20". I love the 30" front to back dimension.
Wow, what a beautiful tank!! I was a reefer about 20 years ago in college, then had to move all over the country and couldn't keep one. Now, I have twins (one boy and one girl) and they are now 15. My girl LOVES saltwater aquariums, so I broke down and started to split the cost and labor with her. I made her keep a Beta Fish tank for 3 months before I would let her get into SW (Saltwater) systems. NOW, we have a 32 biocube. I know it's not this, but it is a great starter. I got the protein skimmer and I just ordered the inline UV filter. I added another filter medium to increase carbon and decrease phosphates.I was inspired by this thread but wanted to make this an official QOTD with a poll so here we go!
So in order for this to make sense we need to know 2 things:
1. How many corals (including frags) do you have in your main display tank?
2. What's the size of your main reef tank display?
BONUS: Share a photo of your reef with all the corals!
sweet unique reef tank via @kadyooo
Hi,100 plus corals MD 125,and 75, also 40 breeder 32 bio cube 16 bio cube
By the way I keep my tank at 73 all year long and still have good coral growth and lot people said it wouldn’t work at that temperature kept saying have to least 77-80hahah.. forget the chain! the ladder is EPIC! I love it! haha.. and the corals are fantastic! thanks for sharing!! I am going to feed my tank now before bew...