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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 7.5 ft Long - 3 ft Wide - 2.5ft High 6 Ft Sump = 400 UK Gallons 8 Streams all hidden in Weirs GHL Profilux 4 * 400 Watt Halides with Coralview Electronic Ballasts and Luminarc 3 Reflectors. Currently using 20k Radium lamps Aquamedic 5000 Twin Skimmer Aquamedic Titan 2000 Chiller 2 * 150 gallon water change VATS
Advice: Be aware this hobby is EXPENSIVE
Fish Kept: 15 * Anthias - 5 species, Lion Fish - (Radiata and Antennata) and a Voliton, Aussie Tuskfish, Naso Tang, Atlantic Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Niger Trigger, Blue Throat Trigger, Pink Tail Trigger, Manderin Fish, Peacock Wrasse, Cleaner Wrasse, Wild Aussie Percs - Pair, Maldives Anemonefish - Pair, Bangaii - 3 (2 have paired), Pajama Cardinal, Regal Angel,
Corals/Plants: SPS, LPS mainly. Few Softies. Including 19 Sun Corals (fixed to Rock and Left hand Weir) All fed Daily.
Tank Size: 400 gallons
Quote: Kind of Squarely
About Yourself: Been into Fish tank for around 15 years. Reefs for 7 years. Probably all started though when my Grandad had a 3 foot trop setup when I was a kid. Im in the IT industry and love doing Track days on my Gixxer.

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