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    SmokeyCFH - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Feb 2012
    Location
    California
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    First Name
    Joe

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    Hey what's going on guys, my name is Joe aka SmokeyCFH and I've been in the aquarium hobby for about 10 years now and a year or so ago I got into reef keeping. This is hands down one of the most rewarding things I've ever done and it helps me find peace (and frustration at times) when nothing else can. But this is what I'm rocking so far:

    20g TruVu DT:
    Orphek DIF50XP
    Ecoxotic 12" Royal Blue Stunner Strip
    25lbs. Live Rock
    20lbs. Live Sand (Fine)
    Current Prime 1/15 chiller

    10g TruVu Sump:
    15lbs. Live Rock
    10lbs. Live Sand (Fine)
    Macroalgae: fauchea sp.and chaetomorpha
    Return: Rio2500
    Skimmer: BakPak w/ MJ1200 + Airstone mod
    Lighting: T5HO
    Salt: Aqua Craft Products Bio-Sea Salt

    Inhabitance:
    2 Platinum Clownfish from Proaquatix
    1 Scooter Blenny
    1 Engineer Goby
    7 hermit crabs
    3 Chocolate Chip starfish in sump
    1 Turbo Snails
    2 Nassarius Snails
    2 Nerite Snails
    2 Astrea Snails
    2 Yellow Cucumber
    1 Sexy Shrimp

    Coral:
    Mixed including chalices, zoa's, mushrooms, acan etc.

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    ***Some pictures were taken with an LEDTRiC Moonlight***
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    "Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering."

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Location
    Michigan
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    Great job with your tank post, Joe. Love the coral selection!

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    SmokeyCFH - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    California
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    Great job with your tank post, Joe. Love the coral selection!
    Thank you! I've been working on getting as many corals from as many people as possible. I've also got a 5g in the works and I'm hoping to one day soon set up a 60g and a 100g reef tank, I'm just trying to save up money for the rock.
    "Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering."

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