Photo #2 - Sorta Crappy Fulltank Shot Using Cellphone

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: more detail to these sections later, wana get this started fast. 75 gal reef tank standard size. retrofitted vho/balast in 2 48" hoods, glass canapy, no idea on wieght of live rock/sand. wet/dry sump with protien skimmer (semi homemade). 2 korean2 powerheads, via aqua 3600(surface agitater), max-jet 1200(under via aqua aimed behind rock to help lessin debree i cand reach to clean, hopefully), and a rio 3100(return from sump) corals: 4 or 5 frags of diff zoanthids, lobophyllia, elegance, star polyps, and a toadstool not sure real name. fish: 6 line wrasse, and 2 osolarus clown.
Advice: stick with it! go slow! and always push for new things :)
Fish Kept: just 3 for now, still new tank set up. six line wrasse, 2 osolarus clowns, starry blenny. 4 nassarius snails, coral banded shrimp, and a red leg hermit. few random spawn stars and snails
Corals/Plants: zoanthids, lobophyllia, elegance, star polyps, and a toadstool not sure real name.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: just cause you cant, doesnt mean i cant!
About Yourself: always loved water, fish and the ocean. only made sence to put it in my house!

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? I wish this site would allow better graphic pictures. This set up is great. But no real detail can be seen. fish avatar

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