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65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - ckoral reef

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: -100G sump w/ 200W PC Lights -main tank 2x175MH 10k and 1x250MH 10k and 2x95VHO Actinic -Lots of water flow -DSB in Refugium part of sump, bare bottom in tank with false front crushed coral - cosmetic sandbed. -120lbs figi marshall mixed in main tank -50lbs mixed rock in fuge -acrylic damn seperates sump/fuge in standard 100G stock tank Reef Keeper Lite 24x30x5 Rimless Glass Cages prop tank Recirculating Protein skimmer
Advice: make it easy because you are lazy. Become a forum reader, and join a club. Be willing to trade corals.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang 2 false perc's (mated with eggs on rock in picture) six line wrasse cleaner shrimp crocea maxima (center back top)
Corals/Plants: mixed: sps, lps, soft, zoa, clams.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: The solution to pollution is dolution
About Yourself: Reefer among many other hobbies

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