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Photo Caption: Oct 28. 10 months old. I fragged the white acro mid-Oct. Seems to be doing well. Next goal: Catch a bunch of bristleworms!
corals inverts - heteractis malu - sebae anemone, purple stocking in 72 gallons tank - Anemone as of Mar 06.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Acros as of 30 Oct.
72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Oct 28. 10 months old. I fragged the white acro mid-Oct. Seems to be doing well. Next goal: Catch a bunch of bristleworms!

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 72G Bowfront w/auto topoff. LIGHTING: VHO: 1 ea 110W Super Actinic R VHO: 1 ea 110W Actinic White MH: 2 ea 150W Iwasaki 6500K FILTRATION: DIY 10G sump w/refugium (deep sand bed, chaeto algae, red kelp algae under 55W powercompact) w/Mag 5 return pump WATER CIRCULATION: 3 ea MaxiJet 1200 and 1 ea Tunze 6100 SKIMMER: AquaC Remora ADDITIVES: Mon - Reef Buffer Tue - Reef Calcium and Iodine Wed - Strontium and Black Powder Thu - Reef Calcium and Iodine Fri - Reef Buffer Sat - Strontium, Magnesium and Black Powder Sun - Reef Calcium and Iodine FOOD: DT Oyster Eggs, Formula I and II, Cyclopese, Frozen Mysis shrimp w/Selcon for the anemone WATER: Changeout 10% aged water every week. Use RO/DI water only. Use auto topoff.
Advice: Take things slow. Do plenty of research online. Everyone has an opinion, it's up to you to determine their motive. Log your actions.
Fish Kept: 2 ea Talbot's Damsels 1 ea Tomato Clown 1 ea Firefish
Corals/Plants: Acropora - white, green and blue Bird's Nest Coral Orange Pate Coral Pulsing Xenia Bubble Tip Anemone Clam Green Zooanthids 2 UNKNOWNs Chaeto and Red Kelp in the sump
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: On the plains of hesitation lie the bleach bones of millions - Who when with the grasp of victory sat and waited...And waiting, Died.

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