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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: ITS A 125 GAL. TALL 24" LONG 50" WIDE18" WITH 2 30' JBJ COMPACT LIGHTS AND ONE 48' CORALIFE WITH LUNAN LIGHTS CANISTER FILTER . IM ALSO RUNING 2 PROTEIN SKIMMERS WILL BE ADDING MORE EQUIPMENT.
Advice: DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME AND READ AS MUCH INFO YOU CAN FIND. DONT ADD FISH THAT YOU DONT PLAN TO KEEP ONCE THERE IN THE TANK ITS HAD TO GET THEM OUT
Fish Kept: BLUE YELLOW TAIL DAMSELFISH 2 YELLOW TANG PERCULA CLOWNFISH TOMATO CLOWN BICOLOR PSEUDOCHOMIS LONG NOSE BUTTERFLY PAJAMA CARDINAL BANDED LONGSPINE URCHIN ORANGE STARFISH BRITTLE STARFISH CRABS AND SNAILS
Corals/Plants: LEARTH CORAL BUTTON POLYPS 2CANDY CANE BUBBLE TIP ANEMONE 2SHORT TENTACLE DISK (FUNGIA) SILVER BANCH PULSE XENIA
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: DONT GIVE UP!
About Yourself: STARTED OUT HAD A FRESHWATER TANK AND MY BUDDY SAID GO SALTWATER

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fellow michigander, update your pic fish avatar
YOU NEED MORE LIVE ROCK fish avatar
It looks great, but why don't you put that power head on the back of the tank, or on the side, it kinds ok takes the view away fron the whole tank !! fish avatar

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