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65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 65 gallon reef

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 65 gallon reef ready marine land tank Maxspect razor 160watt led light Eshopps refugium/sump rated for 125 gallon tank Coralife cone skimmer rated to 150 gallons Phosban reactor ran with biopellets Hydro circulation pumps
Advice: Research everything you put in your tank. We owe it to these amazing animals to know what they need to thrive.
Corals/Plants: Pink&green pocillopora, red montipora digitata, green Forrest birdsnest, montipora setosa, green Titan acropora, rose millepora, green millepora, pearl millepora, supernatural montipora, green eye goniastrea, poker star montipora, rainbow stylophora, purple stylophora, green stylophora, lantana montipora, confusa monti, Jedi mind trick monti, porites w/ Xmas tree worms, asst other birdsnests, prizm Favia, torch coral, Tracy morgonian gorg, rainbow acan, asst other acans, meteor shower cyphastrea, lithophylon, a few types of rhodactis mushrooms, clove polyps (a hitch hiker), several types of favites, squamousa clam, derasa clam, 2 maxima clams, Kenya tree coral, Duncan, snake polys, lobophylia, yellow scroll, LA lakers scroll, Xmas Favia, lucky charm leptastrea, acan enchinata, green star polyp, and a bunch of others things I'm sure I'm forgetting
Tank Size: 65 gallons

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