Cliffs of the Ocean

Albany
Volume 57 Gallons
Dimensions 36'' x 18'' x 18''
Make Deep Blue
Model 57 Reef Ready
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Background

Well after a few years doing this I decided to become a paid member and use this site to help me track my tanks. I had a melt down of sorts and lost many corals in my 57 deepblue. I have moved some to my office that are healing but, others sadly did not make it. All of the fish have made it and I will list them in my profile soon. They are currently in the sump until I can move them back in the tank. I decided to redo the whole tank with dry rock this time and let the cycle however slow run its own course. So I hope some new rock and new sand and a methodical approach will help avoid any future problems.

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Measurements

Nitrite
Nitrate
9.8
Alkalinity
450
Calcium
Magnesium
77
Temperature
Salinity
pH
Ammonia
Phosphate

Inhabitants

9 Fish

Bicolor Blenny Ecsenius bicolor
Chevron Tang Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis
Coral Beauty Angelfish Centropyge bispinosa
Leopard Wrasse Macropharyngodon meleagris
Purple Firefish Nemateleotris decora
Red Scooter Dragonet Synchiropus stellatus

10 Corals

2 Acan Brain Coral Acanthastrea echinata
Acropora deswalli Acropora deswalli
Agaves polyps
Leptastrea Leptastrea sp.
Marshmallow Polly's
Staghorn Acropora Acropora austera

5 Invertebrate

Equipment

Additive
Bulk Reef Supply Bulk Soda Ash (Sodium Carbonate)
Bulk Reef Supply Sodium Bicarbonate
Heater
2 heater 250w
Lighting
Reefradience 280 led
deep blue professional edge 57
Pump
RODI
Bulk reef ro/di
RODIMedia
Bulk Reef Supply 4 Stage RO/DI Replacement Filter Kit

Feeding See more

Frozen food · Zoanthids food · feed clowns hard food · feed pellets to both tanks

On average you perform a 10.1% water change every 79 days.

0% total water change in October.

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