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Photo Caption: side shot ... 75 gal with a monster toad stool, acons, red plate green star polyps, and a long spiny urchin...who always manages to stab me when im cleaning the inside... ouch... but hes cool to look at, so he stays....
corals inverts - sarcophyton sp. - toadstool mushroom leather coral stocking in 75 gallons tank - side shot ... 75 gal with a monster toad stool, acons, red plate green star polyps, and a long spiny urchin...who always manages to stab me when im cleaning the inside... ouch... but hes cool to look at, so he stays....
75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75 gal mixed reef

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 75 gal with a huge sump and a huge skimmer (I downsized from a 190 gal but I kept the sump and skimmer... the bigger the better!) I have two 175 w hallide lights and a computer to tell me if the ph is to high or to low and to turn on the calc reactor... I dont rember the name brands of everything but if someone wants to know I can tell ya!
Advice: If it looks good...DONT touch it. do regular water changes! always use ro/di
Fish Kept: 3 blue chromis 1 sailfin tang 1blue tang 1 niger trigger, sand sifting guy, and a purple yellow"jerk"!
Corals/Plants: Toad stool star polyps open brain red plate brown purple rim plate clams acros millie trumpet coral green ricordias colt coral blue and brown stag im sure more, I see things growing in it all the time I never purchased...creeping out of the live rock..mystery polyps and sponges and the colt coral.. its all over and I never bought it.. I sure have to trim it all the time. but its pretty so whatever...
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I went to Maui scuba diving in the reef... I was hooked! I always had tanks as a kid so it was only natural to end up with a giant reef of my own...I love it! I have had it going for four years now, so I say its not going anyware!! Its a lot of upkeep, but so am I, so no problems for me here!! lol... I enjoy it more than watching tv!! theres always drama happening in that little world they live in too...its like the discovery channel live.

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Wow !! I have never seen a fish like that yellow stripped angelfish, beautiful! I gotta dive a reef sometime. Nice project!! fish avatar

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