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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank is 48" X 32" x 30" and attached to a large sump system which means there is no equipment under the tank (It literally runs silent) The rock structure in the display is made from dry reef bones and DIY foam. The sump holds about 200kg of live rock. Main equipment - 2 X 400w halides, 2 X Vortech flow pumps, AM 5000 Twin skimmer. GHL Profilux controls the system.
Advice: Read lots and spend lots.....my tanks only a few months old at this time so i'm no expert to give advice!
Fish Kept: Sargassum Trigger, Hawaiian Flame Wrasse, Rhomboid Wrasse, Mystrey Wrasse, Wetmorella, Peppermint Hog Fish, Black Tank, 3 Yellow Tangs, Blue Spot Jaw Fish, Pair Yasha Gobies, Shoal Dispar Anthias and Tukas, Long Finned Basslet Pair, Neon Sail Fin Gobie Pair, 25 Chromis shoal, Onxy Perc Clowns (maybe few more i cant remember).....i like my rare fish :)
Corals/Plants: Lots of SPS and LPS - no idea of the names!
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: 'Planning is an unnatural process; it is much more fun to do something. And the nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression.'

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Your tank is awesome and is number one in my books. That trigger is seriuos, very nice fish!!! fish avatar eddie

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