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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Old 75G Dutch Aquarium Systems flat back hex rebuilt, stripped stained mahogany and spar varnished; 30G sump, 90 Lb LR, ASMG2, 2X150HQI, 2X96 Actinics, Ocean Runner 6500, Aquacontroller 3
Advice: I'd rather be good slow than bad fast.
Fish Kept: Amphiprion Ocellaris(OMEN and NOMIE); Sphaeramia nematoptera (CODY); stenopus hispidus (PIMP THE SHRIMP); Stichodactyla haddoni (GENE); Acanthurus leucocheilus (WU); Chromis viridis (MOE, LARRY and CURLY); Selected hermits and snails. Euphyllia divisa, Euphyllia glabrescens, Pink Acanthastrea (Lord?), Zoas, selected mushrooms (Rhodactis, Actinodiscus, Sarcophyton
Corals/Plants: Haddon's (Saddle) Anemone. Euphyllia divisa, Euphyllia glabrescens, Pink Acanthastrea (Lord?), Zoas, selected mushrooms (Rhodactis, Actinodiscus, Sarcophyton)
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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