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300 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 300 gallon reef

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 360° viewable column. 8 foot tall 4 foot diameter. Filtration is on main level of house with pumps and chiller in crawlspace for noise reduction. 1 blue line 100. 1 barracuda gold hybrid. Pacific Coast 1hp chiller. Euro reef skimmer. 57 watt uv sterilizer. Geo reef calcium reactor. 100 gpd reverse osmosis. Neptune apex controller running the system with a reef keeper elite backup computer system. Reef Brite xho 36" x 2. Custom built 400mh x 4 @14000k. Custom cabinetry. Proprietary experimental auto feeder for frozen foods.
Advice: Spend all of your money on the system. You don't need any food or shelter!
Fish Kept: Vlamingii Tang, True Percula Clownfish, Bellus Angelfish, Flame Angelfish, Blue Tang, Michaels I.O. pistol shrimp, debelius reef lobster, 24 peppermint shrimp, fire shrimp, 3 yellow tang, 8 bangaii cardinal, orange spot prawn goby,
Corals/Plants: Rose bulb anemone. Maze brain. Moon brain. Acan lords. Frogspawn. Anchor coral. Lemnalia. Porites. Colt. Green taodstool. Yellow zoa. Bubble coral. Duncanops. Galaxia. Cup coral. Finger leather. Acros. Blue mushrooms. Orange ricordia. Red mushroom. Green mushroom. 300 lbs. Fiji live rock. 200 lbs. Tonga rock.
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: "It's all in the wrist" Chubbs from happy gilmore
About Yourself: Owner of Indy Oceans Inc. In the industry for 15 years. Kept fish for over 25 years. A true fishman. and a fisherman.

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