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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90 gallon reef ready tank

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Well here we go the pic is of my 90 gallon reef tank.drilled tank it has 2-250 watt metal halide bulbs 15,000k and 4-54 what actinics and 12 led moon lights.has a aetech sump with 4 inch 200micron sock 35 Watt UV steralizer has nitrate remover filter pad and a octopus pro 150 protein Skimmer and a 1200 gallon a hour return pump.3 kylor power heads and 2 300 Watt heaters and will have a 1/5 horsepower chiller next week.
Advice: Lots of time and money invested but well worth it.
Fish Kept: Well lost about 10 fish a couple weeks ago due to a funges in tank that is why I went with the 35 Watt UV steralizer I still have 3 clown fish 3 blue damsels and a yellow tang and a elegy blenny going to start a restock soon will update you have a cleaner shrimp and coral banded shrimp and snails
Corals/Plants: Got several corals like mushrooms.fungia.pollops.dersa clams.favia.lobophilea.colt coral green nepthea.brain Corals.perfect scolymina.candy Cain.ton of other leather corals.hammer corals.frog spawn.star pollops.acan.plate corals.bubble coral.prolly a bunch I'm missing pic is the first day I put the new halide on but that is my tank and I love it hope you do too thinking top 50 so help me out lok
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: i keep telling my wife it is worth it for the money she dont beleive me
About Yourself: Well just fell in love with the display tank at the fish shop and wanted to see if I could do it and then could not stop it is a addiction just ask anyone.

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