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Nothing too much.. This is the husbands tank. And when the fish got ick.. he made the decision to copper the tank much to my dismay.

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Singapore playing peak-a-boo


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Occupants are:
Domino Damsel (1 1/2")
Singapore Angel (2-2 1/2")
Christmas Wrasse (3")
Arc-Eye Hawkfish (3")
Snowflake eel (13-14")
Yellowtailed Damsel (1")
Sailfin Tang (2 1/2")
Orangeshoulder Tang- juvenille(2 1/2")

60lbs live(now dead) sand
20 lbs crushed coral

80lbs Live (now dead) Rock

2 HO emperor 350's
Reefsun 50/50 lights 30 watts
1 powerhead

Nitrate:0
Nitrite: 0
pH: 8.2
SG: 1.024
temp: 76-78 degrees
 

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Thanks :) I actually did it outside of the tank while he did a water change and caught a fish to take back because it was getting picked on too much.
 

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Wow.. So for Fathers Day.. I know, an early present.. Hubby wanted new lights. So the spoiled man he is, got them.
They are T5's. 56w.
The above pics are WITH the old lights on... and this is now! A WORLD of difference!


We've re-aquascaped and have added and taken fish out.
We have:
Desjardins sailfin
Powder Blue Tang
Juv. Orange shoulder
Xmas Wrasse
Rectangular Trigger
Snowflake eel (now 15"!)
Singapore Angel
And a new addition today, a lawnmower blenny!

No snails or crabs as this is a copper treated tank.
 

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Thanks! I really can't believe how big of a difference they make! I caught myself eating my foot because I said that they wouldn't make any difference in the tank since it's a copper tank. Man was I wrong! It is sooo nice now!

So when you saw it, it was bland from the normal lights. Now it looks like a REAL saltwater fish tank! LOL
 
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