Photo #4 - 55 Gallon Reef The Right Side Is Bluer Because...

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Photo Caption: 55 Gallon Reef The right side is bluer because I spilled water on one of the ballast. Sorry to say it no longer works. Don't worry I will be upgrading to VHO's or MH, so I moved everything that requires high light output to the other side of the tank.
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55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 55 Gallon Reef The right side is bluer because I spilled water on one of the ballast. Sorry to say it no longer works. Don't worry I will be upgrading to VHO's or MH, so I moved everything that requires high light output to the other side of the tank.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon Saltwater Reef CU 75 Venturi Driven Protein Skimmer 20 Gallon Long Sump Power Compacts: 285 Watts Total: 110 Watts 10,000k Daylight 110 Watts True Actinic 03 65 Watss 50/50
Advice: Weekly Water Changes of at least 10%
Fish Kept: Pink Spotted Goby Maroon Clownfish Blue Green Chromis Fuzzy Drawf LionFish
Corals/Plants: Frogspawn Star Polyps Mushrooms Hammer Coral Leather Toadstool Xenia Coral
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: On Sale Corals can be saved too!

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