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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 300G Acrylic Reef Tank. 96x24x30 - IceCap VHO 72"x4 - IceCap MH 250x2 on 72" LightRails - USA Current Power Compact Flourescent 65W x 8 on 4 seperate ballast for simulated sunrise and sunset lighting. - 2 x 46" IceCap LED Lunar Lighting for moonlight. - Filtration is 2 ETSS 900 XR Pro Downdraft Tower Protien Skimmers driven by Iwaki 55 Pumps for each. - Return water is delivered back to the tank with a Reeflo Dart Pump. - Pro42 Sump is 42x15x19 - 50 Gallons and has 5 chambers including a Calm water Refugium. - K2R Calcium Reactor - About 400 pounds of Live Rock and 130 Pounds of Live Sand. -
Advice: Take it SLOW!! READ READ READ. Then go get a tank and supplies. Reef tanks are not cheap and require a lot of dedication to keep the animals in your care alive. Do not take their health for granted and they will reward you with the beauty nature intended.
Fish Kept: Peaceful fish that do most of their feeding off of what they find in the tank that grows naturally or requires less food input. Tangs, Wrasses, Sand sifting Gobys.
Corals/Plants: I have a mix of different LPS and SPS as well as some Soft corals and Clams.
Tank Size: 300 gallons
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