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my new 125 inwall
Well here are a couple pictures of my new tank. I took down my 75gal and 90 gal and put this one up using all the life from the other two tanks. This tank has been up and running for about 5 months now.
well let me know what you think?
Full tank View
Right side of tank
Well im not sure why but I don't have any resent pictures of the left side :cry:
here is the left side I just took a picture
also an update full tank shot. after looking at it I realized that it was an old picture.
You never described the tank below.:mrgreen:
well the tank on the bottom is a 55 gallon that is 4feet long. what I did way put a vertical peice of glass in right down the middle so I have a divider there. one side you can see with macro algea in it and also I use it as a holding tank. right now I have a bar gobie in it. I am trying to get him to eat as agresive as the fish in the main display. then I will move hime up. the other side you can't see holds a 100 micron filter sock that is changed everyother day. also it has my euro reef skimmer and live rock for extra filtration.
I forgot to mention it is my sump for the main display everything is plumbed together.
Awesome tank, well done :)
That's beautiful, who needs a TV!!
stunning is the word that comes to mind. :)
Nice set-up. Did you build the walls and door yourself? That's a set-up I wouldn't mind building myself in the future...although I'd probably hide from people in there, haha.
Love the molding.
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