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100 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - reef tank

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Country: Great Britain
Description: 100 gallon Berlin method with a 30g sump filled with cheato algae to keep phos and nitrate levels down. Tmc skimmer in sump 32 x turn over a hr. A very basic system but it works
Advice: Take yer time and read read read, then read again, then re read. Find a good forum and read them Reef Central and Ultimate Reef are two.
Fish Kept: 2 bleeding heart anthias, One purple firefish, 2 Tomato clowns, Pink spot goby,2 regal babys although are departing soon.Many more to buy at some point
Corals/Plants: Purple Tipped acropora,Green Milipora,Blue Tipped acro,Green tipped acro, Green staghorn (formosa)Red Milipora,Yellow milipora,Blue Milipora,Blue Bottlebrush,Lilac tipped acro,Various sps frags. Purple gorgonian, One large gorgonian, green rhodactis mushroom, Organ pipe coral,Goniopora,Lilac coloured zoo's, orange zoo's, zoo garden with xenia, Yellow montipora, Purple Montipora, Red Montipora, 3 brain corals,Orange spiny plate coral,various ricordias,Pink centered zoo's, Turbinaria,Moon Coral. a clam
Tank Size: 100 gallons

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