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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 140 Gallon Oceanic Ultimate Show tank 48"X24"X29" Starfire Glass. 300 Watts 12K HQI Metal Halides, 260 wattts Dual Actinic PC's. ASM G-2 Protein Skimmer (in sump) Sump- Basement located Oceanic 75 Gallon custom partitoned with 50 gallon refugium w/Miracle mud, Cheatomorpha, Live rock rubble. 500 Watt Blue line titanium heater on Finnex Digital controller Supreme Hyline 4100 return pump. Coralia 4's for circulation. 25% Water Changes Bi-Weekly via RO water (made on site) Evaporation-Auto topoff via Spectrapure level controller directly from RO storage tank. Approx 125 lbs Liverock.
Advice: Take your time and don't enter hobby if you cannot be patient. Research fish and corals for compatibility. Ask Questions. Devote a budget to maintain your investment. Enjoy your hobby. That's the point isn't it?
Fish Kept: Purple Tang Hippo Tang Fox Face- (now 10 years in captivity) Midas Blenny Bicolor Dwarf Angel Cleaner Shrimp Coral Banded Cleaner Shrimp Misc Red & Blue Leg Hermit Crabs Red/White HardTube Worm Firefish - (Goby)
Corals/Plants: Torch Coral Green Gonipora (hard) Zenia (soft) Green Star Polyps (soft) Green Mushrooms (soft) Brown Zoo's Misc tubeworms Tree Coral (soft)
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: Once I thought I was wrong,but I was mistaken.

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