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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 180g with stand,canopy and cabinet I built.Metal halides,vho's,sump,cal.reactor,protein skimmer, ( I'll have to get Paul to finish this and the coral section)
Advice: All good things come to those who wait.And a saltwater set up is well worth the wait.
Fish Kept: Powder blue tang,purple tang,flame angel,lawnmower blenny,twin spot wrasse,3 percs,clarkii,cinnamon clown,2 serpeant stars,purple firefish,2 clams,2 b/w damsels,hermits,snails
Corals/Plants: Where do I start? Leather cabbage,toadstool,frogspawn,hammers,green slimers,assorted zoos,assorted polyps,christmas tree worms,rock anemone,blastos,acroporas,
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: Life got in the way
About Yourself: We talked about it for a couple of years then a friend had a 150 for sale.So we went for it.That was over four years ago.

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