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Old 04-07-2013, 12:54 PM   #31
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Here it is, in all of its clear glory.

All my fish are accounted for, and look healthy. That was my main concern going into this project. I am happy now that they look healthy. Now to let the tank settle and I will add 2 more fish later (A month or so). I am going for a Goby I think. Maybe an Orange Spotted Goby!! I like them, or watchman.

So The project is done, and now I can sit back and enjoy. I will still test the water of course, and do weekly water changes.
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:36 AM   #32
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Beautiful rock work, very nice stacks and hidey holes.
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:22 PM   #34
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Hey everyone, I wanted to give you all an update. My tank has been doing great, no one is dead and water quality is top notch. So far so good!! I added three new fish to my family.

Kind of funny, because now my wife and I want to both go bigger. We are saving up for our 180 gallon tank and hope to have it by the end of the year. That's the goal!

My new tank mates are:

1 Yellow Tang
1 Yellow eye Tang
1 Sleeper Goby
1 Spiny Sea Urchin

The two tangs were kind of a rescue. The Yellow Tang was beating up and his fins were nipped. Really bad looking fish, and really sad looking in the small tank they put him in. He was there for 3 months and no one wanted him because of his fins. I bought him and happy to report all his fins are grown back, he looks gorgeous and is having fun in his new home. He and his friend will be much happier once we get the bigger tank!

The yellow eye was impulse, he was there in the tank with the yellow and I looked him up on the phone. Saw he only needed a 50 gallon on most websites and said ok. I knew the yellow tang was pushing my limit of my tank already, but most websites say 55 is good for them. We are moving by the end of the year! Finally!! LOL That is why we are upgrading, so I can get the big tank set up and cycled before I bring my livestock over.

Anyway, here is some pictures!

I am adding a

Amazon.com: Fluval C4 Power Filter: Pet Supplies

To my filtration. The fluval 206 and BH-1000 skimmer is doing a good job, but it needs to be better and I hope this HOB filter will help out.. I put the marine land HOB filter on and it cleared up my water but it's only rated for a 30 gallon tank. I figured with both my 206 and this new C4 my filtration will be a little overkill until I get my Sump Tank installed..

The first pic is a little older, the last three are today's. The stuff i used to put the background on sucks, As you can see.
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