My 28 gallon was the nicest tank that I ever owned. It ran with minimal maintenance since I used all the
filtration components from my 90 gallon. I had to give the tank to my uncle when I moved out of state. I
have tons of pics of this tank, I will post some of them here. Here are some pics of the tank after the
move to my uncles.
Tank: 28 gallon bowfront
Lighting: JBJ 130 power compact, one actinic and one daylight
Base: Solid oak 48" x 18"
Filtration: Amiracle sump 30" x 15" x 15"
Pump: Rio 5100 several penguin powerheads in tank
Temperature: Tronic 300w heater, 1/3 horsepower chiller, controlled by Medusa controller
Auto topoff: Custom design and build
Livestock: 40+ types/color varieties of coral, various star fish, sea apple, 3 clowns
A nice big acro. One of my favorites!
|A very cool sea apple. This one
eventually got sucked into a
powerhead in the tank and died. He
then released a toxin that killed quite a
few of the corals. Moral of the story,
don't have a sea apple in a tank with
|Here are my clams. I liked them a lot,
but they were killed in the sea apple
|One of my peppermint shrimp. I
originally purchased them to eat
aiptasia. They did a great job!
|A profile shot showing the density of
corals in this tank. It was packed.
|Some sort of polyps. Very hard to find
in my area.