Age 3 years, 10 months
Started August 13, 2011
Official Volume 75 Gallons
Actual Volume 75 Gallons
Dimensions 48.5'' x 18.5'' x 21''
Make Aqueon
Model MegaFlow Glass
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Salinity
78
Temperature
Phosphate
4
Nitrate
7.8
pH
435
Calcium
Alkalinity
Magnesium
0
Ammonia
Nitrite

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Reef Frenzy/NewEra Pellets · Mysis/Plankton · Mysis/Brine/Emerald Entree · Mysis/Emerald Entree · Mysis or Emerald Entree

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7 Fish

Blue Tang Paracanthurus hepatus
Flame Hawkfish Neocirrhitus armatus
2 Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris
Scopas Tang Zebrasoma scopas
Six Line Wrasse Pseudocheilinus hexataenia
Starry Blenny Salarias ramosus

32 Corals

Acan Brain Coral Acanthastrea echinata
Alveopora Coral Alveopora sp
Aussie Candy Apple Coral
Birdsnest Coral Seriatopora hystrix
Brain Coral, Trachyphyllia Trachyphyllia geoffroyi
Branched Montipora Coral Montipora digitata
Bubble Coral Plerogyra sinuosa
Button Polyp Protopalythoa sp.
Button Polyp Protopalythoa sp.
Candy Cane Coral Caulastrea furcata
Cauliflower Coral, Pocillopora Pocillopora damicornis
Chalice Coral Echinophyllia aspera
Corky Sea Finger Gorgonian Briareum asbestinum
Cup Coral, Pagoda Turbinaria peltata
Duncan Polyp Duncanopsammia axifuga
Frogspawn Euphyllia paradivisa
2 Frogspawn Coral - Branched Euphyllia paradivisa
Green Star Polyp Clavularia viridis
2 Leaf Plate Montipora Montipora capricornis
Lobophyllia Brain Coral Lobophyllia hemprichii
Putat Coral
Ricordea Mushroom Ricordea yuma
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
Valida Acropora Coral Acropora valida
Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.

11 Invertebrate

Blue Tuxedo Urchin Mespilia globulus
Debelius Purple Reef Lobster Enoplometopus debelius
Hard Tube Coco Worm Protula bispiralis
5 Peppermint Shrimp Lysmata wurdemanni complex
Red Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius sp.
Sand Sifting Sea Star Astropecten polycanthus

On average you perform a 13.3% water change every 13 days.

24.9% total water change in June.

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Today the tank heard some possibly bad news, the Digitata coral is not eating and has turned white. On a happier note, we have solved the mystery of the missing cleaner shrimp! It seems that he only
Today the Frogspawn coral refused to eat the shrimp, and the cleaner shrimp didn't show. Probably because he does not enjoy being in the light for too long. Unfortunately the Digitata coral has turned
After a massive die-off and cleaning of hair algae from everything in the tank in May 2013 the tank is back healthy and with most of the liverock bio-active and doing its thing. Tank 2.0.