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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90 gallon reef tank

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Country: Canada
Description: This is my 90 Gallon tank.(48"lenght,24"high,18"deep all glass aquarium. I am using 324 watts of T5 high output lighting. I have 3 hydor power heads in the main tank for 2500 GPH of movement plus 700 GPH return pump and maxi jet 1200 for a total of 3500 GPH in main tank. There is a 25 gallon tank underneath tank for the sump which hold phosphate reactor with phosban amd corallife protein skimer for 220 gallon tank. 48 watt tek T5 lighting used underneath tank to grow macro algae. Tank parameters are Ph 8.2, alk 10DKH, amonia 0, nitrite 0, nitrate 0, Phosphate 0, Calcium 450, salinity 1.025 and temp at 78 C.
Advice: Research everything and take your time. Minimum 10% water changes per week with the use of a RO/DI system
Fish Kept: Sailfin Tank, 2 Hippo Tangs, 4 chromis, 3 clown fish, sandsifting goby, dwarf lion fish, purple fire fish, lawn mower blenny, scooter blenny, manderin goby,
Corals/Plants: Mostly Lps with softy and sps aswell. Hammer coral, fox coral, frogspawn, yellow tip torch coral, several umbrella leathers,candy coral, assorted zoos, plate coral, large colt coral,brown gargonian, purple gargonian, pulsating xenia,green stripe mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, green metalic coral, feather duster, acropora, derasa clam, 3 maxima clams.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Only bad things happen quickly
About Yourself: I am 26 years old living in ontario. I started in this hobby over 2 year ago and began with a 20 gallon nano and moved up to a 90 gallon and have plans for a 180 gallon in the future. I find this hobby very relaxing and fun to work with.

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