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Age 5 years, 8 days
Started December 8, 2013
Official Volume 125 Gallons
Actual Volume 140 Gallons
Dimensions 72'' x 18'' x 24''
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600
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4 Fish

2 Kaudern's Cardinal Pterapogon kauderni
2 Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris

5 Corals

Birdsnest Coral Seriatopora hystrix
Candy Cane Coral Caulastrea furcata
Frogspawn Coral - Branched Euphyllia paradivisa

33 Invertebrate

Banded Coral Shrimp Stenopus hispidus
2 Emerald Crab Mithraculus sculptus
6 Peppermint Shrimp Lysmata wurdemanni complex
9 Red Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius sp.
8 Turban Snail Tectus fenestratus
7 Turbo Snail Turbo fluctuosa

1.4% automatic daily water change.

20.5% total water change in December.

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Replaced all RO/DI Prefilters (Sediment, 5micron & .06micron carbon blocks)
Moved rockwork around a bit during water change. Updated LED profiles to include more white & violet. The tank looks better under the whiter light, hopefully the coral agree.

Used sugge
Peppermint shrimp have successfully rid the tank of all aiptasia. Sadly, the hundreds of small tube worms seem to have also been eradicated.
Candy cane flesh has been dying off since Thursday. I suspect that it may have been stung by the horn coral frag that was nearby. Moved the horn coral up higher and to a more isolated area. Horn co
Algae growth on glass has slowed.
Nuked a couple more aiptasia on both zoa frags.