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Photo Caption: Transition from a mix reef to the SPS dominated direction. An thats it.
65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Transition from a mix reef to the SPS dominated direction. An thats it.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 65 RR setup with 25 gal sump, 15 gal refugium, G-series skimmer, BRS dual reactor (carbon and GFO) MH 250 watt lumen max II with HQI 20K Abyss Elos Spectra Chrome. 2 1200 maxi jet powerhead on wave timer. JbJ ATO. And thats it
Advice: Just remember you need to crawl before you walk. You will run into problems so talk with other fellow hobbyist. Chat boards.
Fish Kept: Mated pair, Perc clownfish and PJ Cardinal fish. 6 line wrasse, Yellow watchmen goby, Princess damsel.
Corals/Plants: Just updated from a mix setup to mostly sps. Will update soon.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Keep on Reef'n
About Yourself: Always had an interest for this hobby. First tank was a 24gal nano. I grew frags and sold to collect enough to buy what I need for the 65 gal setup.

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