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Photo Caption: 300 Gallon Saltwater Aqurarium. Mainly a fish only tank with some corals.
300 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 300 Gallon Saltwater Aqurarium. Mainly a fish only tank with some corals.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Marineland 300 Gallon Deep Dimension Tank - 72x36x27 Marineland High Capacity Acrylic Sump - Model 4 ASM G3 Protein Skimmer Coralife Lunar Aqualight Compact Fluorescent - 72 inch 2 Hydor Koralia 4 Powerheads 1 Hydor Koralia 3 Powerhead 2 Ecotech MP40W Powerheads Phosban Reactor - With Purigen (Located in Sump) Phosban Reactor - With Rowaphos (Located in Sump) DIY Refugium (Chaeto) - Located in Sump Mag Drive 1800 Pump (Located in Sump) 350LBS Various LR
Advice: Research, ask questions and learn from experience. There are a million ways and opinions to maintaining a saltwater tank. As long as you do your research you will find the best options that work for you. Have Fun!!!
Fish Kept: Snowflake Eel, Blue Spotted Puffer, Longnose Hawkfish, Flame Hawkfish, Vlamingi Tang, Paired Black Clownfish (Hosting in Bubble Tip Anenome), Coral Beauty Angelfish, Gold Spotted Rabbitfish, Lantern Basslet, Blue Face Angel (Adult Colors), Diamond Goby, Pair of Neon Goby's, Leopard Potters Wrasse, Lawnmower Blenny, Sixline Wrasse, 4 Blue Reef Chromis. Banded Serpent Sea Star, Pair of Cleaner Shrimp, Pair of Pincushion Urchins, Astrea Snails, Mexican Turbon Snails, Zebra Turbo Snails, Nassarius Snails, Nerite Snails.
Corals/Plants: Bubble Tip Anenome, Hammer Coral, Yellow Fiji Leather Coral, Xenia, Green Starburst Polyps, Colt Coral.
Tank Size: 300 gallons
About Yourself: An accountant in Western NY. Always intrigued by saltwater fish. Once I was able to afford the hobby it has been a huge part of my life ever since.

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