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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my reef tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon custom reef 40L X 26 D X 20 H 29 Gallon sump/fuge euroreef cs80 protein skimmer queitone 6000 return pump 2 250 w metal halides reefflux 10 k 2 39 watt t-5s tru actinics pacific coast 1/10 hp chiller
Advice: patience everything will clear up once the tank is established and the key to success is water changes gl
Fish Kept: i red sea sebae clownfish 1 purple tang i midas blenny 1 lawnmower blenny 1 sixline wrasse 1 peppermint hogfish
Corals/Plants: lps/sps
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: 10 years freshwater 3 years reef tanks

COMMENTS

wish I will do as nice as this one :-) fish avatar
beutifull reef like the set up very clean look fish avatar
Very nice looking tank,congrats fish avatar
this is what inspires me fish avatar
I love this tank, well scaped, lovely colours and how on earth do you keep that sand so white??? fish avatar

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