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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 225gl (60Lx36Wx24H) Tank, real live sand from the beach, 1 Magnetic Drive 1800 gph Water Pumps, 2 Magnetic Drive 2400 gph Water Pumps, 4OO-1200 gal. Belkin Skimmer, Deltec AP851 Calcium Reactor, GEO Calcium Reactor Main Lighting, 3 x 250 watt 20k Metal Halide bulbs housed in Lumenarc III Reflectors, 4 x 140 watt VHO Super Actinic, 3 x Ballasts, 100-Micron Filter changed 2x every week, Poly Filter change every month. Parameters: • Calcium: ~ 400 PPM • Alkalinity: ~ 7.5dKH • Specific Gravity: ~1.026 • pH: ~ 8.23 • Temperature:~ 77.4º - 79.0º • Nitrate: Undetectable • Phosphate: Undetectable
Advice: Time and patient is the most important ingredient for a sucessful beautiful aquarium. The internet is the greatest tool for informations. Time will bring wonders to your tank. Enjoy and explore and experiment.
Fish Kept: Variety of Tangs and misc. others.
Corals/Plants: Lots of soft and hard corals
Tank Size: 225 gallons
Quote: The Sea is the Limit
About Yourself: Let me know what you think!

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