Been awhile since I have been back to this community but I have refound my love for fish as I am taking my first plunge into marine aquariums.
So the tank has actually been up and running for awhile now (about 6+ months) and has been doing pretty well!
125 gallon glass display tank with drilled overflows
40 gallon long sump
2 Reef Breeder Value LED
2 SunSun JVP-102 1300GPH Wave Makers (Aquarium Water Pump Supplies : Amazon.com: Best Choice Products SunSun JVP-102 1300 GPH
1 SCA-302 Protein Skimmer (Amazon.com : SCA-302 180 Gallon Protein Skimmer (In Sump) Newest Version : Pet Supplies)
1 Eheim return pump(Amazon.com : EHEIM Compact+ Pump 2000 for up to 528 US Gallons (2000L) : Pet Supplies)
2 300 watt Fluval Heaters (Amazon.com : EHEIM Compact+ Pump 2000 for up to 528 US Gallons (2000L) : Pet Supplies)
1 Reef Keeper Lite (although I need some more help with this: http://www.aquariumadvice.com/forums...on-343620.html
2 Ocellaris Clowns
1 Powder Brown Tang
1 Orchid Dottyback
2 Yellowtail Damsels
1 Dwarf Flame Angel
1 Bicolor Blenny
1 Diamond Goby
1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp
1 Sand Tiger Conch
Assorted CUC (working with John Maloney at Reefcleaners.org for completing this).
1 Orange Fungia Plate
1 Green Goniopora
Assorted Zoas including "Green Bay Packers"
Neon Green Star Polyps
Like I said, first plunge into the marine aquarium world. Been keeping freshwater planted for a long time so I am kind of of the mindset that I would like the tank to be coral focused, with fish movement/color as accent because to me that makes the prettiest tanks overall. That being said...I am pretty much clueless for the corals since they are unlike anything I have ever kept before! I have had a bit of growth with the Packers Zoas and the Orange Fungia Plate but the tank is still very sparse. I will get some pictures up as soon as I can!
Hopefully you guys can advise me on my first journey and it can be a successful one together!