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Photo Caption: 80 gallon reef and fish, 20 gallon wet/dry filter, CPR refugium, Rena Filstar XP3, Icecap 660 440 watt VHO, multiple circulation pumps. Fish 2 yellow tangs, Blue hippo tang, 3 and 4 stripe damsel, blue damsel,yellow clown goby, diamondback goby, Magenta dottyback, Percula clown, Orange linka Star, and my favortie a 14" Serpant Star "Scary Looking Giant" Corals Candy cane, Pulsing steam Xenia, multiple zoos, Genus Goniopora coral, Star polyps, curley Q, multiple gorgonia and mushrooms.
80 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 80 gallon reef and fish, 20 gallon wet/dry filter, CPR refugium, Rena Filstar XP3, Icecap 660 440 watt VHO, multiple circulation pumps. Fish 2 yellow tangs, Blue hippo tang, 3 and 4 stripe damsel, blue damsel,yellow clown goby, diamondback goby, Magenta dottyback, Percula clown, Orange linka Star, and my favortie a 14" Serpant Star "Scary Looking Giant" Corals Candy cane, Pulsing steam Xenia, multiple zoos, Genus Goniopora coral, Star polyps, curley Q, multiple gorgonia and mushrooms.

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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: 80 gallon reef and fish, 20 gallon wet/dry filter, CPR refugium, Rena Filstar XP3, Icecap 660 440 watt VHO, multiple circulation pumps.
Fish Kept: Fish 2 yellow tangs, Blue hippo tang, 3 and 4 stripe damsel, blue damsel,yellow clown goby, diamondback goby, Magenta dottyback, and percula clown.
Corals/Plants: Corals Candy cane, Pulsing steam Xenia, multiple zoos, Genus Goniopora coral, Star polyps, curley Q, multiple gorgonia
Tank Size: 80 gallons

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