Mr. Slickboi7: Nice tank!!!! Check out my 55 gallon set up
jamzzzzaaaa: thanks a lot
mrpmj00: Il est 5 heures (It is 5 o'clock)
jamzzzzaaaa: love this song too much ,can tell me the name of this song.
mrpmj00: It's calaurpa macro algae and it's real. I have it in my refugium. You can buy it at your local saltwater fish store.
These are artificial corals because the big pretty emperor angel (has yellow and blue horizontal stripes) would eat them. Besides, I think artificial corals come in much prettier colors like the ocean than what I find at my local fish store which are usually boring white, beige, green or brown. With artificial corals, I don't have to worry about them dying or dosing nutrients.
mrpmj00: The AquaAdvantage 15watts UV sterilizer will get rid of ick once and for all.
mrpmj00: All I can tell you is I have more free time now and my back loves it and I save on salt. :-)
NoahDaBoa707: Description is misleading, you said you haven't done a water change in 4 months. That's ridiculous
sumit chauhan: great tank can u mail me the dimensions of the tank in LXBXH to firstname.lastname@example.org..thnxxx
John Roberts: nice tank where did u get the artifical coral from and how much was it
Aaron Soliz: I know this was shot 2 years ago but I must say this is my all time favorite fish tank. It's simple but amazing at the same time! I love the fake coral! Do you mind sharing with me where you bought your fake coral from?!? I have had 2 saltwater aquariums... 12 gallon aquapod and a 14 gallon biocube. I'm moving out so I have been saving up for a 90 gallon to put in my living room. I'm very excited and look forward to setting it up with fake plastic coral. Again, gorgeous aquarium!
mrpmj00: 3 weeks ago, I added a little Koralia Evolution 450 in the upper-front-left of my tank to help circulate the water even more in a circular pattern. I point it to the back of the tank so all I really see of it is the 2.5 inch magnet so it doesn't look ugly fron the front.
mrpmj00: If my earlier suggestion doesn't get your emperor to eat, buy fresh caulerpa macro algae and grape macro algae he'll love them.
mrpmj00: I bought my 6 inch Emperor in Nov 2010 so I've had him for 26 months so far.
My emperor is a hog and yanks food out of other fish's mouths.
I have 15 fish so for DAILY: breakfast is meat flakes and veggy flakes. Dinner is a cube of Angels&Butterfly frozen food and a cube of mysis shrimp.
WEEKLY: I feed a 3x6 inch strip of nori (either purple, green, or red). They don't like brown nori.
I've got other finicky fish to eat by soaking flakes and nori in liquid garlic from fish store.
steogorman: what are you feedin the emperor?? i just bought one an he seems to shy away from the food, need help
TlaToani Gamboa: Awesome, Awesome, Awesome! I don't know how you keep ICK, out of the tank with those Regal Tangs!
mrpmj00: No, 55 gallons is too small because that's only 4 square footprint, and even less if you have built-in overflows.
Matthew Bruno: cool tank do you think it is possible to keep either a majestic, emperor, or yellow bar angelfish in a 55 gallon tank
I really love your tank setup, for my opinion, it is absolutely perfect!.
Could you please also explain more about the tank internal decoration:
What is this beautiful algae on the left side – is it real or artificial? What is its name and where did you buy it from?
Also, are these artificial or dried corals or both?
I have a marine tank which is a bit shorter and I’m considering to implement some of your advises for improving my tank setup.
Many thanks, Nissim
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