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240 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - full tank shot

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 8'x2'x2', with 150gal sump/refugium, oversized skimmer, 3 400w MH (10k to 20k left to right), carbon reactor, and lots of flow everywher. :)
Advice: Take as much time as you can...
Fish Kept: 2 Blue tangs, 15" banded cat shark, sunset anthias, flame angel, 4 chromis (2 green, 2 black), 2 percula clowns, maroon clown, royal gramma, 2 pajama cardinals, tail spot blenny, pixy hawkfish, marine betta, and a huge male mandrin dragonet
Corals/Plants: Lots and lots of mixed softies, LPS, and trying to get more SPS
Tank Size: 240 gallons
Quote: Find a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life...

COMMENTS

Nice tank. competes for the best of the best for sure!! fish avatar
I think you did a nice job. I like the entire setup. What kind of coral is the purple one on the right that looks like it's melting? That's kinda kewl. :) Good job! I like it. fish avatar

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