This setup sits between the desk and the door of the office in the new house. It makes a pretty good room divider. My goal is to have as many different colored fish as I can cram in it. For now equipment is an old 2x96 watt Coralife PC light, a 200w visi-therm stealth heater, two koralia 2s, and a BakPak R2 HOB skimmer. The CUC consists of a ragtag group of scarlet tipped hermits. There's probably a few scarlet reefs and blue legs mixed in there too. Trying to catch the emerald crab in my 10 gallon to add as well.
medium gold striped Maroon clown (bossy female)
small white striped maroon clown
yellow watchman goby
McCosker's flasher wrasse
small Niger trigger
I also want to add a small copperband butterfly, there are some serious aiptasia in this thing. All of this rock and the first 4 fish belonged to my buddy who was laid off and moved away. I've done just enough to keep all of his stuff alive until now, now I'm going to get all of this stuff right since I've moved it to a tank I'm interested in.
On to the pics. Excuse the yellow, my actinic recently burnt out.
The view from the desk chair where I'm typing this:
and from the doorway you can see through the background of the first photo:
Of course everyone is hiding because they've already had dinner...
Yes, I know thats a lot of fish, they're all still relatively small, and I'm passively searching for a 75 or 90 to upgrade to. If I find a 75, I'll also add a vagabond butterfly, if I find a 90 the vagabond and an antennata lion! Once I figure out the light situation I'm planning lots of softies to help soak up nitrates! I love coral too much to stay FOWLR for long!
Sorry for the book. Good night.
Edited by fewskillz, 19 December 2011 - 11:08 AM.