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Photo Caption: My 300 gallon in-wall salt water reef tank. Wall is black granite - which makes taking pics a bit hard. Enjoy.
300 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 300 gallon in-wall salt water reef tank. Wall is black granite - which makes taking pics a bit hard. Enjoy.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 300 gallon in wall salt water reef tank with hidden tank room. Details coming later. I'm a busy guy. This is the first post of my reef tank, which has been setup for about 4 months now. Lighting: 4x - 250w Icecap HQI - 10k 2x - 660w Icecap VHO - retro - super actinic / 20k 4x - power compact - actinic Pumps - 2x dolphin marine 4x - eco tech marine magnetic
Advice: don't be a slacker. pay attention to the details. use natural processes. don't overcomplicate things. test, test, test. automate as much as is practical to minimize human error (within reason). use the web...there's a wealth of research online. google is your friend.
Fish Kept: Harlequin Tusk, 2x Minneatus Grouper, Clarkii clown (female), Dwarf Red Volitan Lion, Coral Beauty, Purple Tang, Black and White Striped Damsel, Assorted starfish (blue & orange), 3x large rose bubble anemones
Corals/Plants: Assorted soft leathers - kenya tree, sinularia, finger leather, toadstool leather, anthelia, xenia, discosoma, ricordea, zooanthids, star polyp, bubble, hammer, frogspawn, fire coral, encrusting gorgonia, galazia, assorted sponges, 2x zig zag oysters, candy cane coral.
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: whatever
About Yourself: maybe later.

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