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139 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - MY 140 GALLON REEF TANK

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 139 GALLON ACRYLIC FISH TANK 72X18X25DSUNY 72" 400 WATT LED WITH WIFI CONTROL X2 60" ATI T5 RETROFIT LIGHTS (96 WATT EACH) 1XBLUE SPECIAL 1XACTINIC, ESCHOPPS R-300S SUMP AND BUBBLE MAGUS CURVE 7 PROTEIN SKIMMER, JEBAO 15000 DC RETURN PUMP (SOMETHING LIKE 3330 GPH)
Advice: NOPE. TO EACH THEIR OWN.
Fish Kept: One Spot Foxface, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish, Flame Angelfish, Kaudern's Cardinal, Leopard Wrasse, Christmas Wrasse, Yellowtail Damselfish, Sailfin/Algae Blenny, Powder Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Lyretail Anthias
Corals/Plants: TOO MANY TO COUNT. EUPHILIA GARDENS, TORCHES, MONTI, BIRDSNEST, RAINBOW ROSE BUBBLE TIP, MANY ZOAS, MUSHROOMS, SOFTIES, BRAINS, ETC
Tank Size: 139 gallons
About Yourself: 27 YEARS OLD PORTLAND, OR

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