This is exactly what I am trying to do in my basement wall between 2 walls with 1 room my fish room the other observation room not trying to be too noisy but would love to know what u have in to it cost wise even if it needs to be a private message this is exactly how I've been planning to go about my massive upgrade just not that far along with it and not lot of tank builders in northdakota.
Upon building the show tank, we incorporated that barrier specifically to separate an area for finer sand. For wrasses to sleep or hide if they please. Placed slightly hidden away out of reach of too much flow to avoid it being picked up too much. As you can see, for the rest of the tank we chose to use a thicker gravel like type sand.
LETS TALK FISH. Eager to add more life and color to our tank, we went shopping for our first fish additions!
The first additions we welcomed into the tank were:
A school of Dispar Anthias (Pseudanthias dispar)
A handful of Yellow Tangs captive bred from Biota Aquariums (Zebrasoma flavescens)
A pair of Designer Clownfish (Amphiprion Percula)
1 Carpenter Wrasse (Paracheilinus carpenter)
4 Zebra Barred Dartfish (Ptereleotris zebra)
1 Sixline wrasse (Pseudocheilinus hexataenia)
2 Purple Pseudochromis (Pseudochromis porphyreus)
1 Solorensis Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus solorensis)
2 Tomini Tangs (Ctenochaetus tominiensis)
1 Redfin Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus rubripinnis)
1 Blue Sided Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus cyanopleura)
1 Lubbock’s Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus lubbocki)
1 Fang Blenny (Meiacanthus grammistes)
and a group of Green Chromis (Chromis viridis)
Bringing you forward to our most recent group of fishy additions back in July, which all came from Live Aquaria.
In July we welcomed:
6 Lyretail Anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis)
A pair of Yellow Eye Kole Tang (Ctenochaetus strigosus)
1 Scotts Velvet Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus scottorum)
1 Watanabi Angelfish Pair (Genicanthus watanabei)
1 Copperband Butterfly (Chelmon rostratus)
1 Laboute's Fairy Wrasse (Cirrhilabrus laboutei)
1 Melenarus Wrasse (Halichoeres melanurus)
8x African Black Axil Chromis (Chromis atripectoralis)
All of which arrived very happy, healthy, and excited to be in their new home! A big thank you to Live Aquaria for providing us with exceptional livestock, and customer support.