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Photo Caption: 90 gallon reef. 125ls live rock. skim coat of live sand. 2 x 250 watt 10,000 k m/h. 2 x 40 watt uri super actinics. aqua c urchin pro skimmer. 20 gallon chambered sump. little giant return pump @ 1000 gph. teco chiller/ heater weekly 5-10 percent water changes and i only test and adjust for alk and calcium....
reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90 gallon reef. 125ls live rock. skim coat of live sand. 2 x 250 watt 10,000 k m/h. 2 x 40 watt uri super actinics. aqua c urchin pro skimmer. 20 gallon chambered sump. little giant return pump @ 1000 gph. teco chiller/ heater weekly 5-10 percent water changes and i only test and adjust for alk and calcium....

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon reef
Advice: change water every week and clean your filters every day or two.....
Fish Kept: 2 sebae clowns 1 flame angel 1 pseudochromis 2 green chromis
Quote: i can get that for 20 dollors cheaper at the store down the road!

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