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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: i have 30 gallon sump the skimmer is on the sump,sock filter on the sump, drip system on the sump, protein skimmer big enough for 125 gallons, 120 pounds of rock, 60 pound of aragonite sand,pump rio 310 model , 20 pounds of rock in sump, few brittle stars on sump (Aka green monster). i have 2 koralia 600 gph, 1200 maxi jet for moving the water, kalkwasser drip, R.O. system for the water, metal halide light with two 14'000 k bulbs, two 30 watt actinic, have them on timer, its on for 10 hours a day.
Advice: it takes time to cycle your tank, the most important thing is to filter you tank and skimmer, and to not over feed
Fish Kept: one yellow clown, 2 orange clown, 1 yellow tang, one blue tang, one pink kromas, and the cleanin crew
Corals/Plants: bubble coral white,green galexia,neon green frogspawn,snoflake polip toadstool,neon green sinularia,fuzzy green mushroom,fuzzy flat crown toadstool,green carpet anenome,and pink tip.
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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