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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 90 Gal with 40 gal sump, Odyssea skimmer, and lots of other stuff. Enjoy, email me if you want to know what anything else is.
Advice: Enjoy the process. The only thing that happens quickly in a reeftank is failure.
Fish Kept: Pair Ocillarus clowns, foxface rabbitfish, yellow eye tang, firefish, chromis', target mandarin goby, derasa clowns
Corals/Plants: Rose anemone, mixed euphelia (including octopus), mixed zoos, stoneys, toadstool, donut coral, dendro, candycane, red flowerpot, red acans, lots of maze brains, favita, etc
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: "That's what I said setting booby traps" Goonies
About Yourself: I am new to Salt, been playing with cichlids for a few years, breeding them, collecting beautiful ones, just had to graduate to salt. I now have 5 salt tanks, and 7 cichlid tanks. We figure, since we can't live next to the water, we'll bring it to us, a tank in every room gets us through life.

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