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Photo Caption: My 75g mixed reef tank.
75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 75g mixed reef tank.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: My tank is a 75g mixed reef tank with 440W VHO lighting. I have a custom built sump/refugium for filtration.
Advice: Be patient, very patient, when starting up a saltwater tank. I was impatient and suffered some headaches that probably could have been avoided had I been more patient. Research!! Research what you are doing BEFORE you start. I didn't and there again suffered some issues that probably could have been easiyl avoided.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Blue Hippo Tang, Green Chromi, Yellow Tail Damsel, Lawnmower Blenny, 2 - Ocellaris Clowns (hosted in an GBTA!!)
Corals/Plants: Candy coral, Frogspawn, Green mushrooms, Blue spotted mushrooms, Orange montipora cap, 2 finger leathers, Cabbage leather, Toadstool, Mixed zoanthids, Xenia, Colt coral, Button polyps, Sun coral, Birdsnest acro, ricordia
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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