Anh's 125g Peninsula Tank

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Anhit, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Very nice. How do you like that maxspect gyre dohicky?
  2. Anhit

    Anhit Guest

    Shrek did most of it, but also with the help of 2-3 turbos which i think are all dead now... due to constantly munching on what little dino i have in the tank. Shrek also died recently too, don't know why. Just found him in the same spot i saw him the night before the next day all pale. RIP Shrek.....
  3. Anhit

    Anhit Guest

    I love it! Works even better for me due to a bare bottom tank. I am able to turn it up fairly high and it also helps to localized all the detritus to a certain spot so cleaning it up is easier. Was thinking about getting another one, maybe the smaller one and put it vertical to give it a little more flow and push the water towards the overflow more when wrapping around the front of the tank and flowing counter clockwise towards the overflow in the back corner. Only thing holding me back is that might be too much flow for the softies, zoas, and lps in the tank.
  4. Anhit

    Anhit Guest

    A new little video i just made. Hope you guys enjoy it!

    Coral reefer, Enderturtle and Nav like this.
  5. jonmos75

    jonmos75 Supporting Member

    @Anhit that was a cool video of your tank....thanks for sharing it with us
  6. Nav

    Nav Director of Marketing & Photography

    Very nice video Anh, every fish n coral look so happy :)
  7. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Great video editing. Anh your aqua scaping is really good!!!

    Whats that pinkish acro at the top? Is it a red dragon? Or something similar?
  8. Anhit

    Anhit Guest

    @jonmos75 , @Nav, @Enderturtle , glad you guys liked it. Need to take more pictures of the new fish additions.

    @Enderturtle, the pink at the top is a red dragon mini colony i bought off of someone on reef central. It's doing pretty well in the tank so im hoping i will be able to make some frags of it later in the future to recoup some of its cost.

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