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Photo Caption: 120 Gallon reef tank - lighting, 2-150 watt MH schuran skimmer, 40g sump , 4 power heads , calcium reactor , live rock
120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 120 Gallon reef tank - lighting, 2-150 watt MH schuran skimmer, 40g sump , 4 power heads , calcium reactor , live rock

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 48 x 24 x 24 120 gallon tank 20g sump - reef tank - 2 x 150w MH - running a schuran skimmer and calcium reactor. 90kg Live rock and a lot of hard work.
Advice: patience is a virtue
Fish Kept: 1 x regal tang - 1 x lipstick tang - 1 x yellow tank - 1 x mandarin fish - 3 x goby - 1 x algae blenny - 2 clown fish -
Corals/Plants: to many to list
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: patience is a virtue with reef tanks
About Yourself: I LOVE THE SEA!!! NEED I SAY MORE

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this is such an awesome tank, 1 <3 it. fish avatar

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