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180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - midday

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 180 RR Oceanic, Hamillton ReefStar Metal Halides 250W 14000k, 216W T-5 HO flourescents, CPR CY 194 cyclone bio-filter w/ mag drive pump, 1/4 hp Arctica chiller, SCWD, Wavemaster Pro
Advice: Change light bulbs regularly to help prevent bad algea, keep calcium, dKH, and ph at proper levels. Do regular water changes to keep Nitrate levels at or below 20 ppm.
Fish Kept: Sailfin Tang, 2 Blue Tangs, Yellow Hawaiian Tang, 2 Sleeper Banded Gobies, Bicolor Blenny,Spotted Mandarin, 2 Percula Clowns, Six Lined Wrasse, Red Velvet Wrasse, 2 Fire Shrimp, 4 Peppermint Shrimp, Coral Banded Shrimp, 2 Sandsifting Starfish, 2 Brittle Starfish, Fancy Serpent Sea Star
Corals/Plants: 2 Derasa Clams, Candy Cane Coral, Pineapple Brain Coral, Xenia, Mushroom Coral, Cabbage Leather, Finger Leather, Tree Coral, Colony Polyp, Fireside Acropora, Cranberry Tipped Acropora, Cerise Acropora, Staghorn Acropora, Bubble Tipped Anemone, Ritteri Anemone
Tank Size: 180 gallons
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