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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Hello people, This tank I puchased about 2 years ago at a grat deal not knowing what it was going to turn into. Since then I spend ten times my initial investment, but has loved every moment. The setup below has worked well for me. Sucks that it's not 2 years devoleped since it has been moved 5 times since. Currently it has been running for about two months in the current address. I have lost many coral and fish on the way, but what I've learned from my mistakes. I can tell you I have turned into a pro on moving my reef. I will be updating my pics as the weeks go on. Setup as follows 110 Gallon Glass-Tall 40 Gallon Refugium/Sump Corallfe 2-150 Watt MH with acitinics ASM Skimmer Wavemaker with Hydor Pumps CPR overflow (love this thing) 1/4 HP Chiller set to 79 UV Filter, Filter Sock, Algae in Sump, PH Monitor, Fluval no spong, only used for media and extra current.
Advice: Water Change, Patience (wish I had some) and research what you buy before it turns to ruin your tank or coral.
Fish Kept: Purple Tang, Sohal Tang, Sargasm Trigger, Mystery Wrasse, Cleaner Wrasse, Watchman Goby, Chromis, Maroon Clown, newly added mandarin goby. And the army of cleaners..
Corals/Plants: You name it, I tried it. Currently I have a Scolymia, Dendro, Many Acans, Duncans, Wellso Brains, Maze Brains, gonipora, montipora, Blastos, many types of zoos and all types of mushrooms, Carpet Anemone, birds nets and a couple acopora.
Tank Size: 110 gallons
About Yourself: More to come.

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