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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90 Gallon Reef Tank

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon reef tank, with a T5 4 bulbs strip and marineland reef ready led light strip. 29 gallon aquarium is used as a sump and I run a fluval 404 on it.
Advice: Find a great source of information, be patient, do water changes (carefully), ask lots of questions and BE PATIENT.
Fish Kept: red headed goby, green banded goby, cook island scott's fairy wrasse, Labouti fairy wrasse, Aurora pink bar goby pair (africa) with a candy striped pistol shrimp pari, pair of yellow watchman gobies with a pair of tiger pistol shrimp, helfrichi firefish (Nemateleotris helfrichi), Firefish Goby (Nemateleotris magnifica), purple firefish goby, Mandarin Goby, pair of percula clownfish, blacktail goby, pink lip blenny, two spot algae blenny, neon blue goby
Corals/Plants: green bubble tipped anemone, two rose bubble tipped anemone (one is fire engine red!), two open brains, frog spawn, branching hammer, green hammer, lots of zoas (pink, blue, green, yellow, orange), christmas tree rock, various star polyps, several acans, several varieties of pipe organs, variety of mushrooms, orange florida ricordea, green florida ricordea, pink/purple/green florida ricordea from vietnam, yellow finger leather, some small toadstool leathers, white palm palm xenia, regular pulsating xenia, blue anthelia, various tube worms, clams, shrimp, crabs, etc probably forgot something.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: Love african cichlids and reef tanks

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