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Photo Caption: 75 Gallon Oceanic Reef Ready. Canopy Mounted Aqualight Pro Retrofit with (2-150watt Ushio 10k's, 2-96w Actinics, and 4 Lunars) 30 Gallon Oceanic Sump with (150 Pro Clear Skimmer, 25w LifeGuard UV Sterilizer, MagDrive 7 Return Pump) Tank Flow with 2-Seio 1100's.
75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75 Gallon Oceanic Reef Ready. Canopy Mounted Aqualight Pro Retrofit with (2-150watt Ushio 10k's, 2-96w Actinics, and 4 Lunars) 30 Gallon Oceanic Sump with (150 Pro Clear Skimmer, 25w LifeGuard UV Sterilizer, MagDrive 7 Return Pump) Tank Flow with 2-Seio 1100's.

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 75 Gallon Oceanic Reef Ready. Canopy Mounted Aqualight Pro Retrofit with (2-150watt Ushio 10k's, 2-96w Actinics, and 4 Lunars) 30 Gallon Oceanic Sump with (150 Pro Clear Skimmer, 25w LifeGuard UV Sterilizer, MagDrive 7 Return Pump) Tank Flow with 2-Seio 1100's.
Advice: 10 Percent weekly distilled water changes. Go Small on additives. Prefer only Kalk and Iodine once/week. Buffer as needed to balance the Kalk.
Fish Kept: Tangs, Clowns
Corals/Plants: Mostly SPS, Clam, Some Xenia (spread like wildflower, frag with ease)
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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