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tmz tmz is offline

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About Me

  • About tmz
    Location
    West Seneca NY
    Interests
    Marine aquariums,fishing,reading,Bill's football, Sabres' hockey
    Occupation
    Public Administator,retired
    Experience in the Hobby
    40yrs+overall,5yrs+marine/8 tanks-largest is120gal reef-total gals.=419+88gal sump
    Current Tank Description
    A 120 and a 90 gallon reef tank are integrated via an 88gal sump with a 20and 44 gal refugium(sand, macro algae ,live rock). This system also includes: a29 gallon with live rock bed for a pair of ocellaris and two frag tanks -soft-30g,40gsps/lps.
    Other Info
    I spend much of my ti n this hobby both in reading and research and in hands on with my mini reefs. I look forward to increasing my knowledge and sharing information
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    Tom

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  • Last Activity: 03/26/2009 02:36 AM
  • Join Date: 04/12/2006
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