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saltwater fish - zebrasoma desjardini - sailfin tang, desjardini stocking in 180 gallons tank - Sailfin Tang up close and personal!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 6x2x2 reef still under construction; with a 4x18x18 sump with protein skimmer U.V sterilizer and continous use of activated carbon. Twin 150w metal halides 20,000lph circulation from various pumps
Advice: Get the best equipment you can afford and take the stocking process slowly
Fish Kept: Inhabitants: 1 large regal tang, 1 large sailfin tang, are the bosses of the tank. Along with an array of smaller fishes including a pair of blue cheek gobies, a maroon clown and a cleaner wrasse (2 yrs in captivity) And a lionfish that is rarely in view (Pterios Volitans)
Corals/Plants: 5 x different finger corals 1 toadstool coral Hammerhead coral Torch coral Bubbletip anemone
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: are year sure!

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