Photo #1 - My 225 Gallon Sps Dominated Mixed Reef

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Photo Caption: My 225 gallon SPS dominated Mixed Reef
225 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 225 gallon SPS dominated Mixed Reef

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Ranked #37 out of 1582 reef tanks pictures worldwide
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State: California
Country: United States
Description: LeeMar tank 72"x30"x24" 3 400 watt Metal Halide in Lumenarc III reflectors. 20k Radiums on PFO HQI ballasts. 320 watts URI Actinic 03 VHO on IceCap Ballasts. Bubble King 300 internal protein skimmer. MRC CR6 dual calcium reactor. Zeovit nutrient reduction and supplementation.
Advice: Go for Stability in water parameters.
Fish Kept: Naso Tang Sailfin Tang Blue Pacific Tang Blue Lined Tang 4 False Percs 2 Cinnamon Clowns 1 Flame Angel 1 Rabbitfish 1 Purple Pseudochromis 2 PITA yellow chromis 4 Lyretail Anthias
Corals/Plants: Mostly SPS some LPS
Tank Size: 225 gallons
Quote: Only bad things happen quickly in a reef tank.

COMMENTS

You should definetely be in the top 5!! fish avatar
Great tank fish avatar
sweet moves!! fish avatar
fantastic matured tank fish avatar
You should be in the top 5, Wonderful tank! fish avatar
I really dig your tank. Nice use of SPS, and LPS without looking overcrowded or photo shopped. Good job!!! fish avatar

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