Photo #1 - Just Setup 01/2009. Slowly Adding Corals...

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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Just setup 01/2009. Slowly adding corals...

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 90 gal reef tank with one overflow. Running coralife 492w combination fixture(2-150w halides, 2-96w power compacts), sump which includes aqua euro 135 protein skimmer, mag drive 9.5 pump, 150w heater(will be replacing)using two koralia's for water movement.
Advice: patience, patience, and more patience.
Fish Kept: Blue Powder Tang, Yellow Tang, Scopas Tang, Pair of Ocellaris Clowns, Pair of Damsels. Have a Coral Banded Shrimp, Skunk Cleaner Shrimp. About 15 or more turbo snails(lost count)
Corals/Plants: Two different colors of cluvaria. Soft Coral - Colt Coral Lps - Torch Coral, Candy Cane, Pagoda Cup, Sps - Just added 5 frags. A variety of polyps and mushrooms.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: I need more coral!!!!!!
About Yourself: Been in the hobby for almost 2 years. Started with a gold fish in a vase.

COMMENTS

Love the set up very nice!!!! Great looking tank. fish avatar
great rock work.. Love the design anfd great set up!! fish avatar

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