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80 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Favourite old photo, need to update already

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Country: Australia
Description: 4' x 18'' x 18'' tank with two foot sump Double twin fluros, running 2 blue, 2 white Chiller, Heater, Protein Skimmer, Mechanical filter and Biological. Nothing Fancy, all home made. Over 50kg of live rock
Advice: Let things settle for two months and slowly add the fish and corals.
Fish Kept: Basic fish just for colour, 2 brown clowns (breeding now), damsels, humbugs, gobies, coral banded shrimp, usual snails, crabs etc
Corals/Plants: Daisy corals, fluffies, leathers, several anenomes, purple tipped jardini, heaps of random corals and continually adding slowly.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
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