Photo #1 - Atlantic Blue Tang And Bellus Angel

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Country: New Zealand
Description: Aquarium Profile: Main Tank: 2.4 x .850 x 720 approximately 1500 Litres Sump Tanks: Two 1.20 x .50 x .400 approximately 500 Litres 3 year old tank Filtration: Protein skimmer.. Deltec AP1004 Calcium Reactor.. aquacare Computer system.. IKS Main Pump .. Deltec 5250, 6000L Top up.. Tunze Osmolator, IKS dosing pump Water Flow .. Tunze Streams, 4 x 6100(12000L) 1 x 6200 (20000L) Nitrate Reactor.. Natureef Phostphate removal .. Salifert Phostphate Killer Temperature: 25 - 27°C (IKS Computer) pH: 7.80 - 8.10 (IKS Computer) Specific gravity: 1.025 (Refractometer) Calcium: 400 mg/l (Salifert test kit) Magnesium 1300 ppm (Salifert test kit) dKH: 8.5 (Salifert test kit) Nitrate: 2ppm (Salifert test kit) Phostphate: .20ppm (Hannah Photometer) Redox 450 Lighting: 4 x 400 watts Coralvue 14K single-ended metal halide bulbs 8 x 54 watts T5s (osram blue 67)
Advice: Buy the best equipment, so much money is wasted by always upgrading.
Fish Kept: Fish: Main Tank 1 Leopard wrasse 5 Yellow Tang 1 Bartlett Anthias Morish idol 2 Squampinis Anthias 1 Flame angel 2 Blue-green Chromis 1 Bellus angel 3 Scooter blenny 1 Psychedelic mandarinfish 1 Cleaner wrasse 1 Regal angel 2 maroon Clowns 1 banggai cardinal Fish: Sump 7 Banggai Cardinals 1 Mystery wrasse 1 Majestic Angel 1 Yellow Tang
Corals/Plants: Hard Corals Red Stylophora ,Red Pocillopora Alveopora ,Euphyllia,Tubinaria Gonipora, Catalaphyllia,Cynaria Red Seriatopora , Hydrophora Various Acropora Various Millepora Montipora digitata Montipora confusa Montipora capricornis Fungia,Blastomussa clams Soft Corals Blue coral Yellow leather Finger leathers Xenia
Tank Size: 500 gallons
Quote: Deltec

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