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75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75 gallon reef tank

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon tank with 20 gallon sump with refugium, aqua pure filter (dosing with vodka to keep nitrates at 0) LED lights. 80 lbs live rock and in sump protien skimmer
Advice: think about the fish you really want before adding them. You could run out of room and then see one you really like
Fish Kept: Yellow Wrasse, True Percula Clownfish, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish, Lawnmower Blenny, Firefish, Purple, Flame Angelfish
Corals/Plants: leathers,mushrooms,frog spawn,hammer coral,duncan, candy cane coral, waving hand, other sps corals
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: be honest and love what you do
About Yourself: started with fresh water tank about the age of 10 about 6 years ago I lost my reef tank to a 5 day power outage (had it about 7 months) Now I have been set up and running for about 8 months. I'm a casino dealer and love this hobby and my job

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