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220 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My thing that gives me a quiet mind

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 220 gallons Diminsions: 6ft x 2ft x 30in Lighting: ecoray 60D. Three units Filtration equipment: 350lbs live rock, sump/refugium (50 gallons), bio balls, mangroves, macro, uv skimmer, octopus skimmer Other equipment: hydro korila power heads (2400, 1400), heaters, refractometer, dual overflow/return with pumps
Advice: TAKE YOUR TIME! Those who go too fast learn everything the hard way faster
Fish Kept: Purple tang, yellow tang, foxface lo, sailfin tang, achielles tang, doctor tang, lieutenant tang, lawnmower blenny, Leopard wrasse, yellow wrasse, engineer goby, blue/green reef chromis, neon blue damsels, reef damsels, green mandarin, Midas blenny, copperbanded butterfly RTBA, Cleaner and peppermint shrimp Astrea, nassarius, and mexican turbo snails 2 sand sifting sea stars Blue star Basket star Assorted hermits Assorted emerald crabs Assorted feather dusters,
Corals/Plants: Branching hammer, Aussie wall hammer, grape coral, torch coral (yellow and pink tip) radioactive kryponite candy coral, green candys, dunans, whiskers, assorted palys, assorted zoas, pink acans, Aussie lord acans, war coral, symposium, green star polyps, yellow polyps, leather toadstool, leather cabbage, green finger leather, assorted mushrooms, orange yumas, assorted ricordeas, pink encrusted gonipora, lobo brain, welso brain, bubble coral, plate coral, fire lamosa, maze brain, green wall hammer, Xenia, monti, stylophora, favites, galaxia, Validia acro, purple acro, Scroll, Green eye cup, Green milipora
Tank Size: 220 gallons
Quote: Feed your filtration
About Yourself: Not much to say about me besides I'm addicted to SW fish. Started after 10 years of freshwater and I'll never go back. Learned some things the hard way until I got smart and started listening to those that had far more experience than I.

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