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saltwater fish - zebrasoma flavescens - yellow tang - hawaii stocking in 90 gallons tank - My 90 gal

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Country: Trinidad Tobago
Description: • THIS SYSTEM WAS SET UP IN AUGUST 2011 • Display tank: (approximately) (90 gallons); 48 x 18 x 24 • Sump: (approximately) 26 gallons ; 30 x 15 x 15 • System filtration: reactor with NPX BioPellets & another with PhosBan, chemi-pure Elite : sock in filter • SWC Xtreme 120 Cone Protein Skimmer • Chiller: 1/2 HP C-0500 • Controllers: 0 • Ca/KH : two-part calcium and alkalinity addition via manual Dosing • Auto Top Off: JBJ A.T.O. - System Water Level Controller • Lighting: 250W MH X 2 & 54W T5 HO Actinic X 4 & 8 leds, on auto timers • Photoperiod: 4 bulbs on 12 hours a day and MH bulbs on 6 hours a day • Water circulation: two Hydor Koralia 850 gph, one Mag Drive 1200 • Specific gravity: 35 ppt • pH: 7.7 - 8.1 • Calcium: 480 ppm • Alkalinity: 8.7 dKH • Magnesium: 1480 ppm • Temperature: 78° - 80° F • Nitrate: undetectable • Phosphate: 0.2 ppm • Corals : 17 different types • One Hippo Tang, One Yellow Tang, One six line wrasse, One Coral Beauty & three Evan's Anthias • One cleaner Shrimp All water changes and top-off are done using RO/DI water. I typically perform about 10% water changes every week. Sea salt mix choice,.. Instant Ocean Reef crystals
Advice: Don't keep fish !!!! keep your water !!!!
Fish Kept: • One Hippo Tang, One Yellow Tang, One six line wrasse, One Coral Beauty & three Evan's Anthias
Corals/Plants: 17 different types
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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