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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Currently have setup a 90 gallon reeftank an overflow, 30 gallon sump, 300w heater, aqua euro135 protein skimmer, mag9.5 return pump, 1 koralia 4 and 2 koralia 1's. For lighting i have coralife aqualight pro that has 2-150w hqi halides, and 2 - 96w compacts.
Advice: Everybody says have patience, but im saying have deep pockets.
Fish Kept: Currently no fish due to a recent ich outbreak. But i do have a maxima clam, cleaner shrimp, 2 peppermint shrimp, countless turbo snails, and 10 red legged hermit crabs.
Corals/Plants: I mainly am keeping sps, but i have xenia pom poms and a frogspawn. Of course I have some zoas at the moment. I plan on having a wide variety of zoas in the future.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I need more coral!!!
About Yourself: I am fairly new to the hobby of reefkeeping about 6 months into it. Have made a fair amount of mistakes to learn from. But i have had plenty experience with freshwater more specifically cichlids.

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