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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Standard AGA 180 reef ready 72x24x24. (6) 250 watt DE halides in PFO mini pendants. (3) Ushio 10K's, (3) AB 20K's all on Icecap ballasts plus 440 watts of VHO O3 actinic. The main return pump is as Sequence Manta ray that runs the return and all support equipment. Custom 100 gallon sump with a built in refugium. Precision marine Bullet 3 skimmer. Precision Maring CR 422 calcium reactor with effluent chamber. Red Sea 100 mg ozone unit. (2) 1/2 hp chillers. Tunze TS-24 stream kit with the streams in Tunze deco rocks.
Advice: Nothing good happens fast.
Fish Kept: Hybrid gold rim/achillies tang, purple tang, flame fin tomini tang, pair black saddleback clownfish, male and female lyretail anthias, yellow coris wrasse, melanuris wrasse, 2 dragon face pipe fish.
Corals/Plants: Primarily SPS corals. Far to many to list.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: You don't say?
About Yourself: I got into the hobby because I was fascinated with the fish and went from there.

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