Photo #1 - This Is My 72 Bow Front Mixed Reef.

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Photo Caption: This is my 72 bow front mixed reef.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - This is my 72 bow front mixed reef.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 72 bow front.approx 80 lbs live rock. DIY 20 lg sump with Bio-pellets and GFO reef octo 110 skimmer.reef keeper lite controller/ato.DIY cal reactor. DIY Cree LED`s on dimable ballast. 3 koralia 1400`s on wave maker.
Advice: Every day you learn something new. Keep your hands out of the tank as much as you can.
Fish Kept: Flame angel, blue damsel,2 percula clowns(mated pair), 2 PJ cardinales, cleaner shrimp.
Corals/Plants: green star polyps,orange & green ricordea,yellow polyps,toadstool leather,misc shrooms,chili coral,frogspawn, red and green monti caps ,brown plays,misc zoos,green candy canes. scans green dun cans. clam, misc acro`s, super man monti
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: Take it slow let it grow..
About Yourself: I think I may be addicted to my tank...It really feels good after a hard days work to just sit and admire your hard work.

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