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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 180 Gallon (240 system gallons), SPS, LPS and Tridacnid Clams. 3x250w AB 10K DE bulbs in a AB Aquaspace lighting fixture. Custom built dual beckett 30 inch skimmer powered by Iwaki MD70RLT.
Advice: Read some good books and find a mentor with a tank you love!
Fish Kept: Tangs, Gobies, Rabbitfish, Anthias, Blennies, dozens of other types.
Corals/Plants: LT Anemones (which spawned several times), Tridacnid Clams, Gorgonians, Hammer, Elegance, Octobubble, dozens of acropora and monitipora species.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: Nothing good happens fast in reef keeping.
About Yourself: Been keeping reef tanks over 10 years. My tank has been featured as tank of the month on-line several times and is the cover image of "Simplified Reefkeeping" book recently published.

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