Photo #2 - 180 Gallon Las Vegas Reef Tank

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180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Updated Photo 10-9-11
180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 180 Gallon Las Vegas Reef Tank

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State: Nevada
Country: United States
Description: Mostly SPS reef tank. 3 250 watt 10K Aqualine MH with blue & white LED's. 4x tunze stream pumps on controller 2x Mag 18 return pumps 2x Wavysea wavemakers Bubble Master 200 Skimmer 2 refugiums, upstream and downstream lit entirely by White LED's Korallin 3002 Calcium Reactor w/ add on Precison Marine second chamber. Red Sea 50mg, ozonizer in a modified Coralife Super Skimmer 2 bags of activated carbon
Advice: People online often stretch the truth, don't believe everything you read.
Fish Kept: 2 Ocellaris Clowns Royal Gramma Yellow Watchman Goby Randall's Goby Green Mandarin Powder Blue Tang Gren Chromis
Corals/Plants: A hundred or so different SPS 3 giant clams 2 Red Bubble Tip Anemones Photosynthetic blue and purple sponges About 20 LPS and Softies
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: Nice Blue Sponge, They were trying to propogate that but nobody could keep it alive.
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