Geneva's 120

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by Geneva, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Hi Folks, I've had my tank since January 2012.

    My tank is 48" x 24" x 25" and sits on my kitchen counter "peninsula style" between the family room and kitchen. I have 2 JNS VS-1 Hang-on Protein Skimmers, 2 Koralia pumps with wave controller, 1 Jebao RW15, and 3 AI LED lights with controller - set up with rock, sand, fish, and corals.

    I have 4 clowns, 3 tangs (blue, yellow, and sailfin), 1 dwarf angel (coral beauty), 1 goby, 2 shrimps, 1 clam.

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    Last edited: Dec 8, 2013
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  2. euod

    euod Supporting Member

    Welcome!
    Mike, did a great job taking care of the tank, "sparkly" alright.
     
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  3. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    I've seen way worse pics Geneva! Glad you made the tank journal. Tank is really healthy and packed full of fish and corals!
     
  4. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    Again, welcome. Pics are great. No need to apologize! I love the look of a peninsula tank. Wish I had a place for one.
     
  5. tr1gger

    tr1gger Keyboard Cowboy

    Looks good. Welcome to BAR!
     
  6. Kmooresf

    Kmooresf Supporting Member

    Very cool set up! Nice work.


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  7. HiFidelity

    HiFidelity Guest

    awesome tank
     
  8. gimmito

    gimmito Supporting Member

    Welcome Geneva...nice tank. :)
     
  9. neuro

    neuro Webmaster

    i love peninsula tanks. 3 sides of eye cocaine.
     
  10. DeeAnnMG

    DeeAnnMG Guest

    Here you are! Everything looks great. Can't wait to see your tank in person.
     
  11. Kensington Reefer

    Kensington Reefer Supporting Member

    Freakin lovely
     
  12. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    Welcome, Geneva!
     
  13. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Thanks everyone for your positive replies!! This is certainly a great hobby to learn patience, frustration, and elation all at once! It is almost embarrassing to admit to the countless hours I spend watching things move, grow, and die. I have been fortunate that all my fish are doing well and corals ok....but not good with anenomes! I tried a clam but it died after 2 months but trying one more time!! Here are a few pictures of my tank today......(thank God Mike is still doing maintenance and water changes and giving me great advice and support!)

    My new clam purchased after the BAR meeting on 4/12/14 from Aquatic Collections:

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  14. Hondo

    Hondo Guest

    Great looking tank!!!
     
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  15. FeliciaLynn

    FeliciaLynn Supporting Member

    Looking great! That's a maxima clam correct? Looks healthy so far. I hope this one does well for you.
     
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  16. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    Not too shabby! Putting clams at the top is always good because they'll never grow outward so much that they'll shade everything lower than them :D
     
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  17. Devon

    Devon Guest

    Awesome tank thanks for sharing!
     
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  18. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    I feel silly - did not even ask what type of clam it is - duh! But I did name it Klay for the Warriors!!
     
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  19. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    Thanks fellow GIANTS fan!!!
     
  20. Geneva

    Geneva Supporting Member

    My first clam kept falling in the sand and did not seem to like it there as it died......some clams seem just fine in the sand so thought I'd try something different!!
     

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