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Georgia, USA
75 gallon peaceful community reef tank with 20 gallon sump (holds 10 gallons when running).
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Introduction

While I am new to the saltwater world, my hubby is not. He's been in and out of the hobby for the past 25 years. His recent break from the hobby was brought on by the blizzard that came through in the early 90s. Wiped out all three of his reef tanks - including his favorite predator reef tank. I've recently gotten him back in to the hobby - and I am learning everything that I can through research and maintenance on the tank.

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Filtration

- Bashsea Bio-Fuge Sump
- 24" x 10" x 14"
- 1 1" drain
- 1 4" sock with carbon at the bottom
- 1/4" glass
- approx 10 gallons current water volume.

- Instant Ocean SeaClone100 Protein Skimmer

Lighting

- Coralife Seascape LED - 48"

- Current USA Orbit Marine LED - 48"

Measurements

Ammonia
0
Nitrite
Nitrate
8.2
pH
Phosphate
Salinity
78
Temperature
480
Calcium
Alkalinity

Inhabitants

6 Fish

2 Bangaii Cardinal Pterapogon kauderni
Coral Beauty Centropyge bispinosa
Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish Premnas biaculeatus
Saltwater Molly sp sp
Tomini Tang DescriptionCtenochaetus tominiensis

30 Corals

Blastomussa Colony
Cabbage Leather Sinularia dura
3 Duncan coral Duncanopsammia axifuga
Green Frogspawn
Green Hairy Mushrooms
Green Leather Coral
Green Long Polyp Goni Colony
Green Star polyp Pachyclavularia violacea
2 Hammer coral Euphyllia ancara
Kenya Tree Coral Capnella sp.
2 Meat Coral
Mini scolly sp sp
Neon Green Goni Colony
Open Brain Trachyphyllia geoffroyi
Red Acan Colony
3 Ricordea Mushroom Ricordea yuma
5 Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.

30 Invertebrate

5 Blue legged hermit Clibanarius tricolor
3 Cleaner Shrimp Lysmata amboinensis
Green Bubble Tip Anemone
Mint Green Long Tentacle Anemone
3 Nassarius Snail Nassarius sp.
Purple Hiatian Anemone
3 Rainbow Bubble Tip Anemone Entacmaea quadricolor
5 Red legged hermit Cilbanarius diguetti
2 Rock flower anemone Phymanthus crucifer
Squamosa Clam Tridacna squamosa
5 Turbo snail Turbo fluctuosa

Feeding See more

Pellet Food · Krill
The fishes get fed a mixture of pellet food/krill in the morning and a mysis/krill mixture at night.

The anemones get fresh peeled shrimp slices three times a week.

The corals get target fed with phytoplankton reef food twice a week.

- Pellet Food mix: Sustainable Aquatics Hatchery Pellets and Ocean Nutrition Formula Two Pellets

- Krill: Tetra Freeze Dried Jumbo Krill - vitamin enhanced

- Mysis - Piscine Energetics PE Mysis/PE Calanus (a tiny portion of each cube is mixed and thawed for size variations)

- Reef Food: Sustainable Aquatics Premium Reef Food.

On average you perform a 8.9% water change every 3 days.

0% total water change in October.

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