Photo #5 - This Is A Full Tank Shot Of My 30 Gallon Reef Tan...

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a 30 gallon show with Radion gen 2 running at 65% intensity. I have a MP10 on the side reef crest mode. Filtration is a hang of the back over flow into a 10 gallon sump. Using a filter sock, bubble magus protine skimmer, And I do use Carbon. I have a Tunze ATO and a Chiller plumed into my system and a Aqua UV in the return line.
Advice: Don't be affraid to ask questions you don't know. Have fun with it. Don't let you stress relief become your stress causer.
Corals/Plants: A vast amount of Zoas in my Zoa Garden. Golden Hammer, purple Tourch coral, Green and purple Frog spawn, Super man Montipora Capricornis, Chili pepper montipora, Digitata, sunset montipora, mystic montipora, rainbow montipora, Yuma mushrooms, green star polyps, Milly acropora, Maxima Clam.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a bob jest that started when I was 12 with my older brother and have been in the hobby for 11 years

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