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    Senior Member reefmania's Avatar
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    My current 90g tank

    Thought I would add a couple pictures of my current tank. This is a 90g that I set up last November.

    FTS


    Closer up of right side


    and of left side


    Currently there is a vlamingi tang, yellow tang, two clowns, flame hawk and orchid dottyback. We see the latter two occasionally. They spend a lot of time in the rock. The vlamingi will go to the 180 once it is completed. I expect in time I will have to find someone with a much large tank for him. I did not research him before I got him.

    I can't get close ups with the camera I have, so can't get decent pictures of corals. I have a number of different mushrooms, including blue, lavender hairy and brown blue. I have a couple of Monti caps, couple acros, bought brown but one is turning purple and the other reddish.

    I also have a few LPS, including cany cane, blastos, frogspawn, echino and acan. Finally there are a couple different zoos.

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    Former Moderator a4twenty's Avatar
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    tanks looking good and the coralline is starting up nicely. :b2:

    thanks for posting and keep us updated please.
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    120S RR tank with 60G basement sump / fuge

    Return Pump: Little Giant 4-MDQX SC
    Water Movement: MP40W, Seio 1500, (2) Hydor K4's
    Lighting: 400W SE MH with 10K Venture
    Skimmer: Euro-Reef RS250 with gate valve
    Other: RODI, RDSB, PO4/AC reactor


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