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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 120 gal glass, drilled, LED's, ozone, protein skimmer, sump, nitrate reactor, RO/DI, refugium, octopus
Advice: it is very time consuming and expensive, and addictive.Dip your corals before you put them in the tank!! this is what my tank looked like before I got sea spiders-killed half of the corals. Use Coral Rx!
Fish Kept: fox face, blenny, gobies, fire fish cardinals, 6 line wrasse, hippo tang, pair gsm clowns,jaw fish
Corals/Plants: mostly soft and lps, just starting a few sps frags
Tank Size: 120 gallons
About Yourself: I love to scuba dive, and this is as close as I can get in Michigan.I am a registered nurse and love science, so balancing my tank comes naturally

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