Photo #1 - Erik's 75 Gallon Bow-front

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Ranked #170 out of 1576 reef tanks pictures worldwide
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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon bowfront, 2-Hydra26HD LED with 2x48'' sun bright led tubes. 30g sump, 150g protein skimmer. 1000g/hr internal circulation pump, with 5 power heads strategically placed. Recently upgraded to a dosing pump, wow what a difference it makes no more daily dosing.
Advice: Research and learn before blowing your money!
Fish Kept: Fairy Wrasse, Fathead Sunburst Anthias, Dispar Anthias, Leopard Wrasse
Corals/Plants: 60+ species of corals, sps and lps
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Do your research before buying new livestock.
About Yourself: I am a college student that has progressed through many differnent size aquariums and am working my way up to 200+g.I started out with a bio cube and a 2g mini reef tank. I am quickly out growing my current 75g. I am addicted to this hobby and escape to the aquarium stores when ever I get a chance. Happy reefing....

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how do you get 4th place vs 1st with a tank so colorful? That doesnt make no sense LOL. You should be 1st or second place at that! fish avatar

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