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saltwater fish - zebrasoma xanthurum - purple tang stocking in 120 gallons tank - 120gal reef. not the wohle tank they wouldnt let me put it on

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State: West Virginia
Country: United States
Description: i have a model 4 sump, kent skimmer, 2 250 watts mh, 4 65 watts pc, 18 led moon lights.
Advice: be willing to spend some money. don`t buy cheap stuff you get what you pay for. go 30% larger that what you have
Fish Kept: 1 blue spotted unicorn tang, 1 orangeshoulder tang, 1 hippo tang, 1 purple tang,jewled spotted lawnmower blenny,1 bi color blenny. 1 koran angel, 1 dorf lionfish, 1 moray eal, 1 6 line wrass
Corals/Plants: just some poyps for now
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: i don`t have one
About Yourself: i got into theis hobby when finding nemo came out. the fish are cool. been doing this for 5 years now

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