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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: 110 gallon tank (48”x 18”x 30”), live sand bed, 180 lbs. live rock, 2x250w 10,000K HQI MH lamps, 2x96w actinic 03 blue CF lamps, 4x1w blue moon-glow LEDs, wet-dry filter/sump, Mag-Drive pumps (1x1800 GPH, 2x700 GPH), SCWD wavemaker, venturi protein skimmer, 18 Watt U.V. Sterilizer, 1/4 HP chiller, small hang-on refugium.
Fish Kept: Fish: sailfin tang, flame angel, keyhole angel, red-tail trigger, marine beta, flame hawkfish, spotted hawkfish, foxface rabbitfish, green mandarin, redlip blenny, canary blenny, spotted mandarin, yellow watchman goby, engineer gobies, spotted cardinals, green chromis. Invertebrates: crocea clam, derasa clam, sally lightfoot crab, emerald crab, feather duster worms, assorted snails, assorted shrimp, assorted starfish, assorted hermit crabs.
Corals/Plants: LPS corals: green frogspawn, hammer coral, anchor coral, torch coral, green open brain, red open brain, scolymia brain, bubble coral, green bubble coral, orange sun coral, flowerpot coral, pagoda coral. Soft corals: Colt coral, neon mump leather, toadstool leather, finger leather, rasta leather. Polyps: richordea mushrooms (orange, green, blue), green-stripe mushrooms, bull’s-eye mushrooms, purple mushrooms, green mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, green star polyps, button polyps, clove polyps.
Tank Size: 110 gallons

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