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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Display: 375 Gallon SPS dominated reef ( 72" x 60" x 20" ) Equipment: Tunze Streams, Sequence and Blueline pumps, Euro-Reef Skimmer, Schuran Calcium Reactor and another unbranded calcium reactor, and DIY Kalkreactor. 4 x 400watt DE HQI 20K Icecap, 4 x 54 watt Icecap T5 with Geisemann Actinics.
Advice: Patience and 10% water changes every 2-3 weeks.
Fish Kept: Green Chromis Sohal Tang Kole Tang Clown Tang Sailfin Tang Zebra Striped Gobies Red Fire Fish Gobies Kaudern's Cardinal Pyjama Cardinal Clown Goby Sunburst Anthias Ruby Wrasse Laboutei Wrasse Scott's Fairy Wrasse Copperbanded Butterfly Green Mandarin Lawnmower Blenny Midas Blenny
Corals/Plants: Acropora: Prostrata, Austera, Tortuosa, Yongei, Millepora, Abrolhosensis, Solitaryensis, Pariis, and Cardus. Montipora: Danae, Capricornis, Digitata, Spongodes. Pocillopora: Damicornis and Hystrix. Soft Coral: Xenia
Tank Size: 375 gallons
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About Yourself: I started with a 120 gallon tank, progressed to 180, and now a 375. Going from 120 to 180 wasn't hard. The move to 375 was very challenging. Reef keeping becomes exceedingly difficult as the water volume increases.

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