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8 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - I've been trying to emulate the lagoonal-fringing reef with sponges, LPS, gorgonians, macroalgae, seagrass, and mixed oolite and crushed coral substrate.
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Submitted By: Kyle Bostick on
Photo Caption: I've been trying to emulate the lagoonal-fringing reef with sponges, LPS, gorgonians, macroalgae, seagrass, and mixed oolite and crushed coral substrate.
8 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - I've been trying to emulate the lagoonal-fringing reef with sponges, LPS, gorgonians, macroalgae, seagrass, and mixed oolite and crushed coral substrate.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: I've been trying to emulate the lagoonal-fringing reef with sponges, LPS, gorgonians, macroalgae, seagrass, and mixed oolite and crushed coral substrate.
Advice: Know your chemistry. If you can't explain carbonate alkalinity dynamics to a middle school student, don't bother attempting to manage a reef tank. You NEED to have a general understanding of biogeochemistry. Stop bothering your LFS with questions you should already know the answer to.
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 8 gallons

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