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Submitted By: Dave Conroy on
Photo Caption: A picture of my tank
65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - A picture of my tank

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Country: Canada
Description: 4" Deep Aragonite Sand Bed, 100lb of live rock, 1 Seio 620 & 1 Seio 820 Powerhead, Ebo-Jager 250watt Heater, AquaC Remora Pro Protein Skimmer, Phosban Reactor w/ Maxi-Jet Powerhead, 28 gallon sump / refugium, with Mag 7 pump, DIY calcium reactor with Quiet-One 1200 and MaxiJet 1200 pump, 6 Moonlights, 1 20k 250watt MH, 2 55watt Atinic Power Compact Bulbs.
Advice: Buy a Refractometer, Use Test Quits, Understand how pH works! Read! Drill your tank!
Fish Kept: Clowns, Tangs, Blennys, Wrasses, Mandarins
Corals/Plants: All sorts under the sun.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
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