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Photo Caption: 90g AGA MegaFlow Custom Stand,Canopy,Sump/Refuge Euroreef ES5-2 Skimmer 2 MJ 900 2 Seio 1100 Mag 7 Return Hydor Theo 300w Heater 500w Metal Halide 14k (2x250w PFO)
90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90g AGA MegaFlow Custom Stand,Canopy,Sump/Refuge Euroreef ES5-2 Skimmer 2 MJ 900 2 Seio 1100 Mag 7 Return Hydor Theo 300w Heater 500w Metal Halide 14k (2x250w PFO)

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 90g AGA MegaFlow Custom Stand,Canopy,Sump/Refuge Euroreef ES5-2 Skimmer 2 MJ 900 2 Seio 1100 Mag 7 Return Hydor Theo 300w Heater 500w Metal Halide 14k (2x250w PFO)
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Fish Kept: Blue Tang Lamarck's Angel Royal Gramma Mandarin 3 Stripe Damsel Orange Striped Cardinal Half Black Angel Orange Skunk Clown Pair Clarkii Clown Blue Reef Chromis Lawnmower Blenny Bi-Color Blenny Neon Blue Yellow Belly Damsel
Corals/Plants: SPS - Acro's, Cap's, Digi's LPS - Frogspawn, Hammer, Brains, Torch's, Blasto's Softies - Zoa's, Mushroom's, Leather's, Polyps
Tank Size: 90 gallons
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