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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 92 Gallon Bow Front Corner LPS/SPS Reef Tank Filtration - Sump Refugium with a in sump Protien Skimmer Lighting - Current 36 inch 2 10 k 150 watt hqi and 2 - 420 T5 actinic and 2 460 T5 actinic Power Heads - 2 hydor 2 series
Advice: Take Your Time and KEEP YOUR HANDS OUT OF YOUR TANK!
Fish Kept: Blue Hippo Tang, Purple Tang, Cleaner Goby and a Cleaner Shrimp
Corals/Plants: LPS: 3 different types of Duncans, Neon Green Candy Cane, Teal Candy Cane, Purple and Teal Candy Cane, Elegance, Frogspawn, Maze Brain, Wellsophyllia Brian, Neon Orange Plate, Red Acan Lord, Green Chalice, Hot Tamale Chalice, Tyree Pink Eye Chalice and a Darth Mall Chalice SPS: ORA Red Plant Table Acropora, ORA Joe the Coral, ORA Pearlberry Acropora, ORA Purple Tri-Color Staghorn, ORA Tri-Color Valida Staghorn, ORA Cali Tort Staghorn, ORA Verde Acropora, ORA Blue Voodoo Acropora, ORA Orange Capricornis, ORA Orange Digitata, Ultra Green Encrusting Montipora, ORA Ultra Green Birdsnest, ORA Birds of Paradise, Miami Orchid Staghorn and a Blue and Green Deep Water Arcopora.
Tank Size: 92 gallons
About Yourself: I have been in this hobby for 4 years. I started with a little 12-Gallon Aqua Pod, then slowly moved up from there :) I still have the 12-gallon set up along with a 120 gallon aggressive reef. I work at a local fish store called Fintastic.If you are in the Charlotte North Carolina area stop in and check us out :)

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