My Thread 47 Gallon tall cube

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Hello people!
I will set the profile of my aquarium here
I want to warn you that I am going to work on it and try to make it pleasant to look at but also to explore hazards that I would like to add to it and it will mostly serve to myself.
First thing First.
Here is a Photo of my aquarium 47 Gallons , 20'' X 18'' X 30'' high!
I know it's very high and I really enjoy the extra challenge and overall view. I will later make some scaping a little higher on the back.
FTS.JPG


Every Pictures will be followed by a best resolution picture added to the tank media album.

What you see is what there is except a doser and an osmolator beneath it.

The black box on the back wall contains everything to operate it.
skimmer, filtration system, heater, return pump.

Two Current lights are lightning this thing up and 3 pumps to circulate, one being a wave maker


The whole aquarium is made of tempered glass and is slightly tinted, so there is more light inside than we can see.
On the upper left there is a half flower pot to grow algaes in it.
it is not actually pink , it is purple but my kodak has some strange behaviors sometimes.

Right now the tank is Stable and it has some history becose it started as being 2 tanks that I joined in this one.
I will be doing a very explicit overview later.


One of the things I really want to do here is to add a list of EVERY known living organism in this singular aquarium.
And try to discuss My knowledge of their known interactions.
I will obviously never have them all...

Will be added the general name, the scientific name (latin) in it's Taxonomy Tree.
And Nonetheless a picture of everything listed from my own aquarium (if possible)

Sadly I cannot Edit/delete anything on this thread after a while so I will have to do big and rare updates.

Right now this is what I came up with
Please add suggestions and/or corrections in the comments.

Eukaryota
+-Metazoa
| +-Chordata
|.|.\-Actinopteri
|.|...+-Gobiiformes
|.|...|.\-Gobiidae
|.|...|...\-Stonogobiops
|.|...|.....\-Stonogobiops nematodes (Black-Ray Goby) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/goby-full-jpg.6061/
|.|...+-Labriformes
|.|...|..\-Labridae
|.|...|....\-Halichoeres
|.|...|......+-Halichoeres leucoxanthus (Canarytop wrasse) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/img_8192-jpg.6068/
|.|...|........\-Halichoeres biocellatus (Red-Line Wrasse) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/img_8199-jpg.6065/
|.|...+-Perciformes
|.|...|..\-Serranidae
|.|...|....\-Serranus
|.|...|......\-Serranus tortugarum (Chalk Bass) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/chalk-bass-jpg.6066/
|.|...\-Pomacentridae
|.|.....+-Chrysiptera
|.|.....|.\-Chrysiptera springeri (Springer's demoiselle) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/springer_damsel-jpg.6063/
|.|......\-Amphiprion
|.|........\-Amphiprion percula (Black Onyx Percula Clownfish) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/clown-jpg.6067/
|.+-Cnidaria
|.|.\-Anthozoa
|.|...+-Zoantharia
|.|...|.\-Parazoanthidae
|.|...|...\-Parazoanthus
|.|...|.....\-Parazoanthus gracilis (Yellow Polyps (Colonial Anemone)) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/yellow-polyp-jpg.6071/
|.|...+-Scleractinia
|.|...|.\-Merulinidae
|.|...|...\-Favites (War Coral) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/favite-jpg.6072/
|.|...+-Alcyonacea
|.|...|.\-Briareidae
|.|...|...\-Briareum (Green Star Polyps A.K.A. GSP) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/star-polyps-jpg.6070/
|.|....\-Corallimorpharia
|.|.....+-Discosomidae
|.|.....|.+-Rhodactis
|.|.....|.|.\-Rhodactis indosinensis (Green Hairy Mushroom) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/rhodactis-jpg.6073/
|.|.....|..\-Discosoma (Disc anemone) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/discoma-nummiforme-jpg.6074/
|.|.....| https://www.reef2reef.com/media/red-mushroom-coral-jpg.6075/
|.|......\-Corallimorphidae
|.|........\-Corynactis (Strawberry Anemone) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/nem-jpg.6077/
|.+-Echinodermata
|.|.+-Asteroidea
|.|.|.\-Valvatida
|.|.|...\-Asterinidae
|.|.|.....\-Aquilonastra (Asterinas)
|.|..\-Echinoidea
|.|....\-Temnopleuroida
|.|......\-Temnopleuridae
|.|........\-Mespilia
|.|..........\-Mespilia globulus (Tuxedo Urchin) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/urchin-full-jpg.6064/
|.+-Porifera
|.|.\-Calcarea
|.|...+-Clathrinida
|.|...|.\-Clathrinidae
|.|...|...\-Clathrina (Yellow common Sponge)
|.|....\-Leucosolenida
|.|......\-Sycettidae
|.|........\-Sycon (Pinapple Sponge)
|.+-Rotifera (Rotifers)
|.+-Arthropoda
|.|.+-Malacostraca
|.|.|.+-Decapoda
|.|.|.|.+-Alpheidae
|.|.|.|.|.\-Alpheus
|.|.|.|.|...\-Alpheus bellulus (Tiger pistol shrimp)
|.|.|.|.+-Mithracidae
|.|.|.|.|.\-Mithraculus
|.|.|.|.|...\-Mithraculus sculptus (Mitrax Crab)
|.|.|.|.+-Diogenidae
|.|.|.|.|.+-Clibanarius
|.|.|.|.|.|.\-Clibanarius tricolor (Blue Hermit Crab)
|.|.|.|.|.+-Paguristes
|.|.|.|.|.|.\-Paguristes cadenati (Red Hermit Crab)
|.|.|.|.|..\-Ciliopagurus
|.|.|.|.|....\-Ciliopagurus strigatus (Halloween Hermit Crab)
|.|.|.|.\-Hippolytidae
|.|.|.|...\-Lysmata
|.|.|.|.....\-Lysmata debelius (Fire Shrimp)
|.|.|..\-Amphipoda
|.|.|....\-Gammaridae (Scuds)
|.|..\-Hexanauplia
|.|....\-Harpacticoida
|.|......+-Tisbidae
|.|......|.\-Tisbe
|.|......|...\-Tisbe holothuriae (Tisbe Pods)
|.|.......\-Harpacticidae
|.|.........\-Tigriopus
|.|...........\-Tigriopus californicus (Tiger Pods)
|.+-Mollusca
|.|.\-Gastropoda
|.|...+-Trochida
|.|...|.\-Trochidae
|.|...|...\-Trochus
|.|...|.....-Trochus histrio (Trochus Snails)
|.|...+-Littorinimorpha
|.|...|.\-Vermetidae (Tube Snails)
|.|....\-Patellidae (Limpets)
|..\-Annelida
|....\-Polychaeta
|.....+-Sabellida
|.....|.+-Sabellidae
|.....|.| +-Bispira
|.....|.|..\-Sabellastarte
|.....|.|....+-Sabellastarte spectabilis (Feather Duster) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/yellow-feather-jpg.6069/
|.....|.|.....\-Sabellastarte magnifica (Giant Hawaïan Duster)
|.....|..\-Serpulidae
|.....|....\-Spirorbis (Spirorbid Worms) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/spirorbis-jpg.6079/
|.....+-Spionida
|.....| +-Spionidae
|.....|.|.\-Scolelepis
|.....|.|...\-Scolelepis squamata (Tube worm) https://www.reef2reef.com/media/tube-worm-jpg.6078/
|.....|.\-Cirratulidae (Spaghetti worm)
|.....+-Phyllodocida
|.....|.\-Nereididae (Common BristleWorm)
|......\-Sipuncula (Peanut Worm)
\-Rhodophyta
..\-Florideophyceae
....+-Corallinales (Coraline Algae)
.....\-Palmariales
.......\-Palmariaceae
.........\-Palmaria
...........\-Palmaria palmata (Dulse Algae)

On a side note the Taxonomy tree is something that changes a lot depending on researches and discovers.
My point here is to let anyone and myself , from a simple peak see wich species are related to wich one and by how far.
Also http://www.coralsoftheworld.org started back updating their species as there was a lot of research done lately and there was to much work to keep it updated.
Many things might change quick.

Finally please let me say , thanks for reading and pleasure to discuss any reef related questions (I can't run freshwater tanks)
 
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