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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Loving my reef
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State: Montana
Country: United States
Description: Its your basic 90 gallon tank. I used a 30 gallon tank to build the sump with a refugium. I have a 150 gallon rated protein skimmer. Running 2x 250 watt 20k metal halide. Plumbed everything into the house so water changes are as easy as turning a ball valve.
Advice: Don't over think it. Have fun with it.
Fish Kept: 1 male 3 female Lyretail Anthias, Atlantic Blue Tang, Lawnmower Blenny, bangii cardinal, pajama cardinal, 2 skunk cleaner shrimp, black brittle star, green brittle star
Corals/Plants: Frogspawn, Green star polyps, Anthelia, Acan, Horn coral, Leathers, Trumpets, Zoas, Mushrooms, Hammer coral, Pocillopora, Kenya tree, Sponge, Polyps, Favia
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: What did the fish say when it hit the wall... Dam

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