Photo #1 - This Is My 120 Gallon Reef Tank. The Tank Has To...

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Photo Caption: This is my 120 gallon reef tank. The tank has torch coral, pulsating xenia, colt coral, plate coral, frogspawn coral, assorted zoos, and florida false coral. The lighting is power compact, and I'm using a aqua c protein skimmer. enjoy
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - This is my 120 gallon reef tank. The tank has torch coral, pulsating xenia, colt coral, plate coral, frogspawn coral, assorted zoos, and florida false coral. The lighting is power compact, and I'm using a aqua c protein skimmer. enjoy
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 29 gallon reef. Most corals are out, and every fish except the chalk basslet can be seen. Hope you enjoy.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I have an oceanic biocube 29 with two 36 watt power compacts. One is a 10000 K and the other is an acitinic. The tank dimensions are 20.8" x 19" x 20.1". I have been running the tank for over a year and a half and all of the live rock came from my four year old 120 reef tank. I have accumulated corals like the florida false coral, the kenya trees, and all other shown for about a year. I use marine snow, B-ionic two part system, Coral accel (recently), and garlic which seems to boost the immune system. I have a yellow pygmy angel, a pink striped shrimp goby, a maroon clown, a chalk basslet, fire shrimp, three monkey shrimp, a cleaner shrimp, purple pseudochromis and a purple reef lobster. (Also assorted cleaning crew like snails, lettuce nudibranch, crabs, ect). I didn't really change the set up from the company other than add carbon and a cut out all inclusive filter.
Advice: Don't be afraid to try new things and do things right from the beginning despite the costs because it will be well worth it in the long run.
Fish Kept: Purple pseudochromis, yellow pygmy angel, pink banded shrimp goby, maroon clown, chalk basslet.
Corals/Plants: halimeda, maiden's hair, kenya tree, florida false, candy cane, long tentacle anemone, green star polyps, yellow polyps, pulsating xenia, green hairy mushroom, colt coral, anthelia, red mushrooms, lettuce leather coral
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: if you're important, people will wait
About Yourself: I am a graduate student, applying to medical school now. I have been interested in saltwater fish for over 6 years now, learning as I go. My cousin who lives in florida originally got me interested telling me it wasn't as hard as everyone thinks.

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