Photo #2 - Rainbow Trachy - Magnificent Foxface, Firefish, P...

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65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Full view
corals inverts - trachyphyllia radiata - wellso folded brain coral stocking in 65 gallons tank - Rainbow trachy

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: Have a 65 gal tank, with 1 150 watt aqua medic halide, 1 250 watt Hamilton halide, also running a panorama pro 16 watt LED blue for actinics. The tank is about 3 years old and doing amazing, I just run sump, with ASM G1 skimmer, and also a korallin calcium reactor. I also run a hang in the back filter to catch extra food and solid waste
Advice: Have patience and ask questions, don't rush
Fish Kept: Magnificent Foxface, Firefish, Purple, Mystery Wrasse, Sailfin Tang, Desjardini, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish, Black ice snowflake clownfish, gold Midas Blenny
Corals/Plants: 2 rainbow acans lord, 3 acan lord, 2 war coral, rainbow trachy, 2 lobo, Pom Pom Xenia, 1 acan bowerbanki, green slimmer sps, strawberry short cake sps, red milly, fluorescent orange fungia plate, purple death pally, sunny delight pally, nuclear green pally, magician pally, have a tyree mummy eye chalice, and a Miami hurricane chalice, also have hyndiphora, meteor shower cyphastria, tri color sps, orange crush acan echinata, rainbow echinata, Hawkins echinata, blue tort, green table sps, orange and purple zoa, fuzzy green ricordia mushrooms, frogspawn, Duncan polyps, and 2 Aussie chalice. I also have a gold tear drop maxima clam. And an Orange leptoceris. Green favia, pink and white favia.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
About Yourself: I have been in to the hobby for about 13 years and I love it, I also work at a salt water fish store doing what I love.

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