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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: about to change but currently i have a single MH with dual 420 460 actinics also getting a bigger tank but this is my work in progress till my new tank is ready so all filtation is for a planned 120-180 gallon tank i have a 55 custom 4 stage sump refug & frag octopus nw200 moded skimmer 18watt uv filter 6x spin high dwell time phosban reactor 150 used for carbon and the white filter rocks that hold good bacteria as i have no phopsphate problems eheim return pump cpr overflow with pump powerheads x2 on timer system dual outlet for sump return i do religious water changes and use tropic marin salt also use elos pro skimmer and hqi coral food also cyclopeeze all on alternating days i use a vitamin and amino acid supplement and reef builder alkilinity buffer by seachem as needed
Advice: be patient!
Fish Kept: blue hippo tang flame fin tang juvenile chevron tang 3"juvenile golden spotted eal fire fish
Corals/Plants: prizm favia about 30+eyes/mouths "true" montipora undata blastos multiple types mycedium 2 plobos 1 aussie elegance green with purple tips rigida hydnopora duncan 23 heads mushrooms multiple types candy cane frogspawn fox coral and probably a few more
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: im 23 love the hobby working on my big tank project but this keeps me happy till then

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