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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - ~125 Gallon SPS Dominant Predator Reef ~

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: AGA 125 Custom Canopy Sump is a 33 Long Lighting Is custom LED'S units. Skimmer~Super Reef Octopus XP-2000 W/ Bubble Blaster Reef Octopus BH-110 Bio Pellet Reactor Geo Calcium Reactor 20g ATO (2) Vortech MP-40 ES I also built the rock work using fiberglass rod to secure it.
Advice: START SLOW and ask questions Your Tank Is Not The OCEAN. Please DO NOT Compare It To The OCEAN, Do what Works For You And You Will Have Great Sucess! ~Trey Overton~
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Hippo Tang, Naso Tang, Tonomi Tang, Two Yellow Tail Damsels, Humu Humu Trigger, Koran Angel, King Angel, B&W Clowns, 2 Chromis, FoxFace, Yellow Damsel, Six Line Wrasse, and A Watchman Goby
Corals/Plants: SPS Dominant , With a few LPS, Chalice and Zoas
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: I love My TANK!

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