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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon reef and fish tank. 30 gallon sump with refugium and wet dry trickle filter and Mag 3 return pump. Phosban Reacter with phosphate remover and SC Aquariums 250 Protein Skimmer. I have 4 Koralia 4 wavemakers connected to the Apex Controller. This is fed by a 20 gallon top off system. Lighting is 4 t5 10000k Daylights high output bulbs 4 460nm Actinics. Enjoy watching your tank but resist constant fiddling. Less is More;-)
Advice: Watch your tank and learn to notice changes. Money does not buy happiness and Keep It Simple Stupid (KISS)
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Sailfin, Neon Demsel, Pair of Clarkii Clowns, 4 Striped Demsels, Yellow Watchman Goby, Green Serpant Star, Various Mushrooms and Halimeda and Mangrove plants, Turbo Snails. Red legged hermits coming soon.
Corals/Plants: Reef - 1 Fox Coral umbrella mushrooms and one giant purple mushroom, elephant ear mushrooms and several feather dusters lots of striped mushrooms as well as hairy mushrooms, cabbage leather, Kenya Tree and riccordia.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Fear Leads to Anger, Anger leads to Hate, Hate Leads to Suffering
About Yourself: Fish keeper 30 years. I've used all sorts of aquarium tools and nothing beats trial and error as well as a trip to the local Aquarium. They beat the heck out of the local pet store...

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