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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon with 120w Maxspect Razr and two AI Primes. Crappy HOB Coralife skimmer... crappy HOB Marineland canister for bio filter. Livestock not listed below (no, there's not a nurse shark... ha): black clarkii clown, scopas tang, McKosker's wrasse, blue head fairy wrasse, orchid dottyback, purple dottyback, neon dottyback, six line wrasse, kole yellow eye tang, tiger watchman goby, skunk cleaner shrimp, blood red fire shrimp, blue head fairy wrasse, red pistol shrimp,
Advice: Cure your own LR... $7+ a pound is ridiculous.
Fish Kept: Nurse Shark
Corals/Plants: montipora spongodes (green, purple, red, green w/pink polyp), montipora capricornis (green), Xenia Elongata, capnella, leptoseris (green), Seriatopora (green/pink), ricordia (orange), Fungiidae (green hairy, red, blue, green, etc.), various colonies of zoas (fire and ice, green and ice, radioactive dragon eye, a couple other colonies that hitchhiked... can't identify them... light blue with yellow/green mouth), toadstools (neon green, common), Sarcophyton (neon green, common leather), blue anthelia, Briareum violacea (GSP)
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: A bad day of fishing is better than a great day in the office.
About Yourself: I love fishing and fish. I've had freshwater tanks since I was about 5-6 years old... got into reefing about 7 years ago... went from a 10 gallon to a 28 gallon to a 75 gallon I recently moved everything over to. What's next? haha

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