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    Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    Very cool vid - thanks for sharing !
    ~ Red Sea Max 130D and RSM 250 ~

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    Check this out... I googled his name & found this vid of him cleaning the tank - quite the tank for ones home

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    If you Google his name, you can also find his tank thread, which is on The Reef Tank. It has more detailed photos of the entire network of pipes, filters, pumps... omg insanity!
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    FISH: 2 percula clownfish, 1 green chromis, 1 banggai cardinalfish, 1 royal gramma basslet
    INVERTS: red/blue hermit crabs, nassarius snails, cerith snails, sand sifting starfish, emerald crabs
    CORALS: candy cane LPS, purple mushrooms, green/yellow, orange/purple, orange/green zoanthids, frogspawn, hammer, devil's hand leather, lobos, purple anthelia




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    The tank build thread is on Reef Frontiers Forum. It is called 20,000 gallon tank construction. Pretty cool. I have been following him on Facebook and he seems like a pretty cool guy.
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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    That is one fantastic tank, although I don't think I'd want one for myself, even if money were no object. It's just too much work to maintain.

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    He says he wants to go bigger as well. 80,000 gallons if memory serves.

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    THAT is cool!!!!!!
    209g acrylic tank
    55 gal sump,20 gal fuge
    ATS
    1 little giant mdqsc 4 850gph for overflow and return lines, 1 little giant mdqxsc 4 1350gph running ATS and fudge and the chiller
    2 koralia magnum 8 power heads
    oceans motion 4 with sequence dart super gold pump at 4300gph on closed loop
    4 AI Sol super blue led fixtures
    AquaMaxx AM 250 protien skimmer
    one Vertex RX6 DUO Calcium Reactor,,

    still adding life and goodies ,

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    Re: Largest Privately Owned Reef Tank in the country apparently - Great little video

    I'd be happy to have one so big, but I'd have to decide I liked bigger fishes than I keep now, and I'd need a much greater cash flow.

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