Marks reef 350L

Melbourne
Volume 350 Liters
Dimensions 120cm x 50cm x 50cm
Make Red Sea
Model Reefer 350
Timeline
Lighting schedule

Introduction

Hey all

I've read that this hobby is all about keeping and maintaining water, you just happen to also keep fish and coral in it.

So on that I have been keeping Saltwater for 5 years now, but only recently I have been reading up and learning so much more about this marvelous hobby. I sometimes look back at my previous tank (Red Sea Max 130) and wonder "how on earth did anything survive?" Well not everything always did... "what do you mean I have to feed my anemone?" Sigh

I cant wait to see how my tank evolves (patience Mark, Patience) but thankfully with all the photo's and profiles on AuaticLog there are certainly plenty of ideas and inspiration, so thank you for that.

Mark

Photos

Measurements

8.2
pH
45
Phosphorus
Salinity
26
Temperature
3
Nitrate
9.7
Alkalinity
280
Calcium
Magnesium
Phosphate
Nitrite

Inhabitants

12 Fish

6 Blue Reef Chromis Chromis cyaneus
Flame Angelfish Centropyge loriculus
Foxface Rabbitfish Siganus vulpinus
Kaudern's Cardinal Pterapogon kauderni
2 Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris
Purple Tang Zebrasoma xanthurum

11 Corals

Blastomussa Coral Blastomussa merleti
5 Blue Mushroom Actinodiscus sp.
Sun Coral Tubastrea sp.
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
2 Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.

11 Invertebrate

2 Brittle Sea Star Ophiomastix annulosa
Pincushion Urchin Echinostrephus sp.
Sand Sifting Sea Star Astropecten polycanthus
3 Stomatella Snail Stomatella varia
3 Turban Snail Tectus fenestratus

Equipment

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On average you perform a 9.3% water change every 18 days.

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