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corals inverts - lysmata wurdemanni - peppermint shrimp stocking in 75 gallons tank - curious

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: Lighting: Orbit Power Compact 260 watt, Filter: Fuval 404, Power Head: SEIO M820 x2, Protein Skimmer: Sea Clone 100, Heater: Visi-Therm Deluxe 300w, RO Unit: CoralLife 3 Stage (24 GPD). I am presently in the process of planning a DIY hood with MH and VHO lighting and DIY 45+ gallon refugium.
Advice: Patience....patience....patience. Keep up on checking and maintaining your water quality (I learned the hard way). And last but not least a deep wallet.
Fish Kept: Green Chromis x5, mimic (chocolate) tang, sailfin tang, Pink skunk clown x2
Corals/Plants: Right now only alot of green button polyps, colony polyps, branching bubble coral, and some mushrooms. Like i said, I learned the hard way.
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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