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Photo Caption: this picture was taken post arch avalance. I restacked and moved the pieces around for best viewing.
100 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - this picture was taken post arch avalance. I restacked and moved the pieces around for best viewing.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 100G acrylic, 100G refugium, 25G sump, 3x250W 20K Metal Halide, 4x65W Actinics, Iwaki MD-100RLT-115, KNOP Calcium Reactor C, Neptune Systems Aquacontroller III (w/ DC4, DC4 HD and lunar simulator (5 LED))
Advice: always keep your magnetic acrylic scrubber free of gravel!!!
Fish Kept: clowns, tangs, gobies, wrasses
Corals/Plants: Montipora confusa (red plate coral) Acropora yongei (green small polyp stony (SPS) coral) Acropora formosa (purple tip small polyp stony (SPS) coral) Euphyllia divisa (frog spawn, large polyp stony coral (LPS)) Pachyclavularia violacea (green star polyp)
Tank Size: 100 gallons

COMMENTS

special thanks to Dr. Kenny for all the SPS. fish avatar
love the plate corals! fish avatar

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