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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 100gallon/50gallon ref/sump 3x175w MH 10k kelvin Hamilton/ 80w NO 03 Berlin Skimmer/mag 7 cs102 cpr /mag 9.5 165lbs LR 6 powerheads
Advice: Go slow. Do frequent water changes. Clean skimmer often. Don't use bioballs (nitrates). Don't use crushed coral (nitrates) Do use macro algae in the refugium. Gac. Lots of indirect water movement. Jump on crisis' as soon as possible (aiptasia,hair algae,slime,hydroids,etc). Drip Kalk. The basics.
Fish Kept: Hippo,Yellow tang,clarkii,mandarin,lawnmower blennie, hawk,psuedochromis,maroon,
Corals/Plants: candy cane,brain,blasto,favia,frogspawn,hammer,sun coral,zoas,xenia, toadstool,yellow leather,cabbage,acropora,other sps Sebae anemone bta rbta
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Go Slow
About Yourself: Retired buyer. Enjoy reef,boating,pwc,golf,snorkel,home improvement, my kid's sports (basketball,soccer,tennis,volleyball,track). Got into the reef hobby in 2000. Got back into it in Dec 06.

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