Photo #1 - 75 Gallon New Background - 1 Regal Tang,3 Yellow ...

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon reef saltwater tank 4 vho at 110watts 3 maxijet 1200 200 galon sump and refugium
Advice: take it slow,youll have time to buy later,be patient let tank really cycle good.
Fish Kept: 1 regal tang,3 yellow tangs,1 powder blue tang,2 blue damsels,2 clown fish 1 goby
Corals/Plants: alot of soft corals,love leathers and toadstools.zoanthids
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: gid r done

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Excellent looking tank! Its tanks like yours that inspire me to do a reef tank! I am fairly new to the hobby and would appriciate any advice. Have you ever had a problem with any of your tangs getting white granular spots (marine Ich?) fish avatar
always good to see that someone else still uses t12 vho's! fish avatar
amazing for 75g fish avatar
Now this is a great looking tank! whats next for it? fish avatar
beautiful coral colors. blue and yellow "strong colors" in any environement. recommend off setting with other more natural colors(browns/silvers/white+black. just a suggestion. fish avatar

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