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Photo Caption: -s0da-'s Tank 72 gn RR Bowfront, 20gn Sump, 4x96wt PC lights, 80lbs LR, 1650gph Closed loop system.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - -s0da-'s Tank 72 gn RR Bowfront, 20gn Sump, 4x96wt PC lights, 80lbs LR, 1650gph Closed loop system.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - The Tank at 190 days from initial set up.

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: -s0da-'s Tank 72 gn RR Bowfront, 20gn Sump, 4x96wt PC lights, 80lbs LR, 1650gph Closed loop system.
Advice: Master Nutrient import/exporting and the rest will come easier.
Fish Kept: Fish: Hippo Tang, Coral Beauty, 2 Percula's, Clown Goby, Fire Goby, and a LMB Inverts: Cleaner Shrimp, Astrae Snail, 6 Turbo Snails, 25+ Hermits, Long-Spined Urchin, Anemone Crab, Sabae Anemone, 4 Feather Dusters
Corals/Plants: Corals: Acro's, Montipora Dig., Poccilliapora, GSP, red/pink/green Zooanth's, Hammers, Torch, gorgonian, a plate coral, black sun polyps and some Caulastrea (trumpets).
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: Sticking feathers up your butt does NOT make you a chicken!

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