That is correct.....58 F. There's a whole another world out there with cold water....people tend to think of cold water as dull, brown, costly, and boring.....they couldn't be more wrong......here's a somewhat new addition....
Wow, the pics of your trunk fish are...well, they're awesome (original, I know..) but sheesh. I was inspired to start my tank (just a meesly 37gal) when I was SCUBA diving over some corals in Aruba and saw a very tiny trunkfish and an equally tiny trigger playing over some coral...man, I frequent that page in my log book often
I'm hoping to just upgrade to a 46gal bow front soon...I could never imagine...your tank is SO what we would all want to strive for...absolutely stunning. And those of us who find that impossible learn to SCUBA!! ***) Way to go Steve!!! Keep posting!!
I really hesitate doing this because I set up these tanks as experimental....not display. I had some extra room in my equipment room to my main warm water tank....so, I decided to test the potential for a cold water reef. This is a real ghetto system with no energy put into display aesthetics. Someday, if all goes well on this small scale, I'll set up a real cold water tank....until then...this is all there is. The two small tanks are both cold water....their sump is under the smaller tank on the right......all the other equipment is for the main warm water tank.