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110 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - panoramic view of my tank

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: My tank is 4'x2'x2' .Its been running for 6 months. After much trial and error we finally got it to work. Equipments include: MegaFlow Sump Filter-Model 4 modified as refugium, SunPod HQI Metal Halide Fixtures with Lunar Lights 300W, Berlin Turbo Protein Skimmer, UV sterilizer, PhosBan Reactor 150, Maxxima RO/DI Units, Kent Marine AquaDose 2.5 gal, Quiet One 4000 Pump for water return from the sump, Hydor FLO Rotating Deflector with 2 Maxi-Jet Powerhead/Pump.
Advice: Pay attention to water parameters, do once a month water change using RO/DI water..
Fish Kept: Algae Blenny, Scooter Blenny, Fire fish, Sailfin tang , Cleaner Shrimp (Sophisticated french man), One cool arrow crab and a lot of lame hermit crabs.
Corals/Plants: All sorts of cheap and expensive, soft and hard corals.
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Dont get fragged out there :)
About Yourself: This is a second hand tank handed down by one of my family friends when he could not manage it anymore.

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you look like you know what you are doing do you have any addvice for some one looking into getting a saltwater tank ? any and i do mean any fish avatar

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