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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Still trying to get a good picture to show all the colors.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 90 gal reef setup, about 3 months old. 2-250 watt 15,000k metal halides. 4 65watt CF Actinic lights, and LED moonlights. Overflow box with wet/dry sump. Fluval canister filter, multiple power heads for circulation. Lost track of how many Lbs. of Live rock. Finally got what I wanted, now I just need time for things to grow.
Advice: Buy the right stuff the first time.... there is no cheap way to do this.
Fish Kept: 1 False Percula 1 Yellow Tail Damsel 1 Domino Damsel 1 Blue Devil Damsel 1 Striped Damsel 1 Yellow Cromis 2 yellow tang 1 black cap baslett
Corals/Plants: Devils Hand Leather, Clove polyps, Colt, Blue tip Acropora, Green Birds nest, Red Lobo brain, Variety of Mushrooms and Zoanthids. Yellow polyps. Some Encrusting hard coral that I dont know the name of. Green star poylps. yellow cup coral. Orange tree sponge, and a plant that I also dont know the name of.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: The question of life is 'why?' The answer is 'why not?'
About Yourself: I have always had freshwater tanks while I was growing up, then after a visit to the Georgia Aquarium, I decided that I wanted to try salt. Wanted to do a fish only tank at first with artificial corals.... but that idea didnt last long... thousands of Dollars later, I finally have my own little ocean. :)

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