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Old 11/21/2010, 09:15 PM   #1
InLimbo87
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InLimbo87's 90 gallon Chalice Palace

For years, I've had nano tanks and my wife and I have always said we'd get a 90 gallon once we bought a house. And, without further ado... here it is:

Setup:
AGA 90g RR
29g Sump
SWC MSX 160 skimmer (very impressed so far!)
ReefKeeper Lite (on the way)
3 x Koralia 4
QuietOne return pump
JBJ ATO
4 x 54w T5's overdriven with IceCap 430

Inhabitants:
Pink Tail Trigger
Dwarf Fuzzy Lionfish
Black ocellaris pair
Bangaii Cardinal
Mixed lps, softies

FTS


FTS - 90 Gallon by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Dwarf Lion


Dwarf Fuzzy Lion Fish by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Love gun the pink tail trigger


"Love Gun" - Pink Tail Trigger by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Tyree LE Baby's Breath Favia


"Baby's Breath" Favia by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Bubblegum Monster


Bubblegum Monster Chalice Coral by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Alien Eye


Alien Eye Chalice Coral by InLimbo87, on Flickr


Red Chalice Coral by InLimbo87, on Flickr

Bangaii Cardinal


Bangaii Cardinal by InLimbo87, on Flickr


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Old 11/22/2010, 12:04 AM   #2
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Well congradulations on buying a house and your tank looks really great. Cant wait to see all those chalice grow out.


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Old 11/22/2010, 06:31 AM   #3
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Well congradulations on buying a house and your tank looks really great. Cant wait to see all those chalice grow out.
Thank you

We've actually had the house for a year and a half now, this was an upgrade from my Biocube 29. It definitely needs to be stocked more, but going to leave plenty of room for the chalices to grow out.


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