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Jhoog

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    Killeen
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    120g

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  1. $250 - Used for less than 6 months. I live near Georgetown but can meet you in Austin if easier/interested. FULL SPECTRUM- Producing eye-popping color and amazing color rendition, full spectrum control allows you to create the perfect color spectra for your reef. A powerful blend of Dual Actinic blue 445nm/460nm, Dual Daylight white 6,700K/10,000K and RGB LEDs combined with 90° spherical optical lenses delivers the perfect blend of light for strong coral growth and amazing fluorescence. 2 IS BETTER THAN 1- The Orbit Marine IC PRO produces the same vibrant, full color spectrum as the Orbit Marine IC LED, but delivers up to twice the amount of light. That means everything you see will be noticeably more brilliant and vivid in color. REALISTIC EFFECTS- From start-up to sundown, the Orbit Marine gradually mimics the effect of a slow sunrise, bright daylight, dimming sunset and moonlight. Built-in lighting programs create a 24-hour natural biorhythmic lighting cycle, while on-demand dynamic weather effects gently roll clouds across your reef. BUILT IN WAVE PUMP CONTROLLER- It’s wave pump ready. Whether you have a mixed reef or just keeping a large fish only saltwater aquarium, the colors will be so enriched and vivid, you’ll feel like you’re in the ocean too.
  2. Jhoog

    New to ARC

    Thanks, appreciate your complements. 😀 Most things are really starting to take off. Our zoas, ducans, and of course all the leathers. Our RBTA is doing great too. He moved with his maroon clown from our last tank and I'm really pleased he settled in. But, more than anything I'm amazed by the Hollywood Stunner chalice.... I've fragged 5 pieces from the original piece and they are all 3 inches across already. They'll need ne homes soon. Our Goniopora is doing well but our bubble coral is struggling. I've tried many places but nothing seems to make him very happy... yet. I'll get it eventually!
  3. Jhoog

    New to ARC

    These are pics of our 125 gallon tank. It has a ghost overflow, dual Dursos with a Trigger Crystal 36 sump. It's been running since late January this year. It's starting to come together but I'm still working to refine quite a few things. If only work didn't take up all my tine!! The frags in the front of the tank will move to our frag tank once its ready. I'll get some of our frag tank build in the other forum soon.
  4. Jhoog

    New to ARC

    We live in the country outside of Killeen. I know its changing fast and certainly a bit different than 1977! I'll get some pics posted soon. Happy Friday!
  5. Jhoog

    New to ARC

    New to ARC and saying hello. We had reef tanks in the late 90s and just got back into the hobby about two years. We had three tanks for a while (75 gallon cannister, RedSea and a Biocube). Last January we paired down, consolidated some and upgraded to a 125 gallon sump tank. We are in the process if setting up a 50 gallon frag tank now (currently cycling). Looking forward to participating in the forum and club!
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