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Photo Caption: My 29g nano reef tank. Set up in June of '08.
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 29g nano reef tank. Set up in June of '08.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon mixed reef tank. Set up June of '08. ~50 lbs Liverock and 40lbs Livesand Lighting: 175w MH with 10k bulb and 72w pc actinic supplementation. There is a high power LED upgrade in the works. Equipment: CPR HOB Refugium with chaeto and LR rubble. Two Koralia 2s for circulation.
Advice: Get the biggest tank you can support at first, it makes life a lot easier. The solution to pollution is dillution.
Fish Kept: 2 Occelaris Clownfish 1 Lawnmower Blenny 1 Green Mandarin Dragonette
Corals/Plants: Assorted zoanthids GSP Assorted Montipora Cap and Digis Assorted Acropora Yelow Fiji Leather Green striped mushrooms Pagoda Cup Coral Blastos Teal Candycanes Aussie maze brain frag A couple chalices Assorted Florida Ricordias
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Be yourself
About Yourself: Started off with a betta. Now I have a 29 gallon reef tank, a 12g Nanocube reef tank, and a 2.5 gallon FW tank

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