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90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90g truvu acrylic tank with 30g show refugium housing seahorse and several variety of pods. 2x 150 15k and 20k mh. Live rocks/sand/argonite..sps, lps, polyps, soft corals, mushroom, and anemone.
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Photo Caption: 90g truvu acrylic tank with 30g show refugium housing seahorse and several variety of pods. 2x 150 15k and 20k mh. Live rocks/sand/argonite..sps, lps, polyps, soft corals, mushroom, and anemone.
90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 90g truvu acrylic tank with 30g show refugium housing seahorse and several variety of pods. 2x 150 15k and 20k mh. Live rocks/sand/argonite..sps, lps, polyps, soft corals, mushroom, and anemone.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 90g truvu acrylic tank with 30g show refugium housing seahorse and several variety of pods. 2x 150 15k and 20k mh. Live rocks/sand/argonite..
Advice: age your water.
Fish Kept: angels, clownn, tangs, gobies, crabs, shrimps, and seahorse.
Corals/Plants: sps, lps, polyps, soft corals, mushroom, and anemone.
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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