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Photo Caption: 90 gallon reef
90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90 gallon reef

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon tank..... 250 X 2 HQI Odyssea w/Phoenix 14k bulbs and ice cap ballasts , 2 Koralia powerheads, CPR overflow, DIY sump, Vertex IN-180 skimmer, 250 watt heater, 150+ lbs live rock, Tropic Marin salt, and a lot of calcium
Advice: You'll never be fully satisfied
Fish Kept: Yellow tang, Hippo tang, clown fish, a couple damsels.... Astrea snails, turbo snails, top crown snails, nassarius snails, margarita snails, red leg crabs, blue leg crabs
Corals/Plants: various mushrooms, various leathers, zoanthids, green plate coral, cabbage coral, green acros, brown acros, bird's nest, torch coral, flower pot, anthelia, frogspawn, cup coral, elegance, bubble coral, kenya tree coral, elephant ear **Also some unknown SPS that i grabbed while scuba diving in mexico that made it back through customs
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Always do what your afraid to do
About Yourself: My brother got my into this hobby. I didn't realize it would be so expensive, but I'm loving every minute of it

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