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110 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Just two months old.

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Country: United States
Description: 110 Gal Tall w/55 Gal sump/fuge, Mag 12 return pump connected to SCWD, 3 MJ 1200 pumps and 1 Koralia 2 PH. 2 x 250W HQI 20K Lights, 4 x 54 W T5 HO Actinic. Lots of LPS, Softies, and Zoas.
Advice: Read, Research, take all the good advice you can get.
Fish Kept: Chocolate Tang, Naso Tang, Foxface Lo, Fire Clown, Tomato Clown, crocea clam, Sebae Anem.
Corals/Plants: Mushrooms, Softies and LPS. Still waiting to try my hand at SPS
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts
About Yourself: I've been into fresh water for the last twenty or so years and never took the plunge into marine because of the cost. I finally took the plunge and guess what...it's more expensive than I thought! It's the most rewarding hobby I have ever tried, it's so addicting it's crazy.

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