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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: I have 48"x24"x24" Oceanic 120 gallon with a 40 gallon sump. My lights are current outer orbit HQI 48" 560 watt lights. I have a ASM G3 skimmer, use two phos-reactors with carbon and ROWRban phosphate removal and run a UV sterlizer always. I also run 2 tunze streams on a controller and have a Reeflo Snapper Sequence pump slowed down to approxiamtely 2500 GPH. I use a tunze top off system which works perfectly. I also use th SpectraPure LiterMeter III to dose Ocean's Blend parts A + B. I have 19 fish, 2 anenomes, 1 linkia starfish, 3 Maxima Ultra Clams, a large Derse clam, a few of other invertabrates and keep a large variety of hard and soft corals. I do a 35 gallon water change every two weeks and water comes off of a RO/DI filter. My levels are always kept at 0 with a temp between 78 and 81 degrees. My tank has only been up and running for about 8 months now.
Fish Kept: 3 - False Percula Clownfish, 4 - Blue Chromis, 2 - Banjii Cardinals, 1 - Anthia, 1 - Blue Tang, 1 - Red Sea Sailfin Tang, 1 - Firefish, 1 - Neon Dotty Back, 1 - Copper Banded Butterfly Tang, 1 - Clown Tang, 1 - Six Line Wrasse, 2- Watchmen Gobies, = 19 - Total
Corals/Plants: Sebae Anenomea, Bubble Tip Anenomea, 3 - Maxima Clams, 2- Flame Scallops, Derasa Clam, A large variety of zoopolyps, star polyps, mushrooms, and Ricordia, Xenia, Octopus Span, Frog Span Torch Coral, 2 - Toadstool Leather Coral, Finger Leather Coral, Orange Sun Polyp Coral, 4-6 - Caps, 10 - 12 Acros, Some encrust hard corals, 2 - Brain Corals, Open Brain Golden Birds Nest Pink Birds Nest = Approxiamately 45 Colonies/Corals
Tank Size: 160 gallons
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