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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: Started 8-18-06. Predominantly Soft Coral Tank, Will Be Adding Many LPS and More Softies Soon. Tank Takes Care of Its Self, Have Not Done A Water Change In Three Months Due To Perfect Parameters; All I Have To Do Is Change Filter Pad and Dose Calcium and Carbonate. Equipment: Lights Are 2x 250 Watt Coralvue 14k Bulbs, Artica Chiller, CSS 125 Skimmer (horrible), and Chaeto In Sump With Bio-Balls.
Advice: Be Patient! Buy Good & Oversized Equipment Before Anything Else So You Will Not Have Any Regrets! Use Lots of Natural Filtration (Double Sand Bed & Live Rock)!
Fish Kept: Sailfin Tang, Snowflake Moray, Long Nose Butterfly, Maroon Clown, Lawnmower Blenny, Mandarin Dragonet, Blood Shrimp, Coral Banded Shrimp, Fromia Star, Banded Serpent Star
Corals/Plants: Sinularia, Neon Green Toadstool, Long Polyp Toadstool, XL Toadstool, Derasa Clam, Gigas Clam, Various Zoos, Green Star Polyps, Various Mushrooms, Kenya Tree Coral, Rose Anemone, Sponge, Frogspawn, Squamosa Clam, Figi Leather Coral Many More Coming Soon!
Tank Size: 65 gallons
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