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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my tank

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: L 72"x H 22"x W 18" 3 filters 1 Whisper 60,H.O.T. Magnum Canister, and Penguin BioWheel Four heaters Whisper submersible 200 watt One Compact Florescent Light (2x65 watt actinic and white) Three 48"lights (1 powergrow light) (2 actinic blue coralife lights) Two 20" lights (lifegro2 bulbs) SeaClone100 Protein Skimmer Turbo Twist 3x U.V. Sterilizer -60 lbs. of live sand -51 lbs. of live rock (Cured fiji) -need up to 80 more Lbs. -60 lbs of reef sand (white)
Advice: well sort of both I am a biology teacher with my tank in the classroom. I know a lot but know I don't know everything
Fish Kept: 3 Tangs (yellow, scopas, kole), 2 Clown (true percula), 1 Basslet (royal gramma), 6 Damsels (1 beau-gregery, 2 blue fin, 2 domino, 1 cloudy) ----- Inverts------ 5 Shrimp (1Coral banded, 5 peppermint) 5Rock anemone,3 Marine Snails,1 Sea Urchin, 6 Crabs (1 Arrow crab,2 red sand Crab,3 Sally light foot) Zooanthids (7 Mushroom polyps,31 Yellow star polyps, 217 white Purple mat polyps,13 Sun polyps)Brown brush Algae (clump)10 Feather duster worm, 22 Blue legged hermit crab, 2 Red legged hermit crab, 50 Marine Sand Worms, 5 starfish
Corals/Plants: mentioned above in invert fish part
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: prepare all you want ...what you never see is what is going to get you

COMMENTS

its looks interesting, but i would work on the left side of your tank, even though that might ruin the look u were goin for, interesting though... fish avatar

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