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Photo Caption: 90g.1yr.old..mixed reef...outer orbit hqi/t5. 2x250w mh with 4x54w actinics pheonix 14k DE bulbs...aqua c ev 120 protein skimmer, pro clear wet.dry filter. 2xkaralia#4. quite one 2200 return pump..pro clear overflow box. 110 lbs. live rock..80 lbs of sand.
90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90g.1yr.old..mixed reef...outer orbit hqi/t5. 2x250w mh with 4x54w actinics pheonix 14k DE bulbs...aqua c ev 120 protein skimmer, pro clear wet.dry filter. 2xkaralia#4. quite one 2200 return pump..pro clear overflow box. 110 lbs. live rock..80 lbs of sand.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 90g...mixed reef...
Advice: Research everything before buying..buy frags and save the ocean..
Fish Kept: 90g--1-scopas tang. 1-orange shoulder tang. 1-foxface. 1-randalli goby. 2-black&white clowns. 24g--1-fuzzy dwarf lionfish, 2-leaf fish
Corals/Plants: all types..but i love sps the most...
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Nothin good happens fast..

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You have such a verity in colors.... very nice!!! fish avatar

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