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Photo Caption: 92 gallon Oceanic 1/4 circle. Up and running 14 months.
92 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 92 gallon Oceanic 1/4 circle. Up and running 14 months.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 92 gallon 1/4 circle Oceanic, 20 gallon sump, Apex controller, Jebo controllable pumps, 2 Kessil 360W's, Bubble Magus protien skimmer, ATO.
Advice: Save your time & money!!
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Purple Tang, Diamond Watchman Goby, Lawnmower Blenny, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish, Coral Beauty Angelfish, Flame Angelfish, Blue/Green Reef Chromis
Corals/Plants: Acros, montipora, bird nest, yumas, berserko and Halloween acans, purple, green and swirl hammers, Apple jack favia, acid trip mushroom, acid trip chalice, orange bubble tip anemones, various zoas and palys, Incredible Hulk monti, pink lemonade digita, forest fire digi, purple stylophora, blue dragon acro, mutant orchid acro, strawberry shortcake acro.
Tank Size: 92 gallons
About Yourself: My wife talked me into this money pit! With a full time sales job, 4 kids, 2 dogs and 2 cats and the tank, there's always something to do.

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