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110 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Sps tank
corals inverts stocking in 110 gallons tank - pink rhino taken on iphone 4s camera absolutely no photoshop this is an unaltered pic

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Country: Australia
Description: Existing setup 5x2x2 sps system with 4x18x18 sump reef octopus skimmer vertech bio pellet reactor. Rum biochem sorb carbon w aquaphos fe ,purifen and periodic dosing of lanthanum chloride. Manuall dosing of additives. Led lighting. And newly added verteck mp 40 absolutly love it
Advice: Read read read and look at tank of the month
Fish Kept: Watnabi angel, eibli angel, multifaciatis angel, candied hogfish, 6 line wrasse, scooter blennie, tiny snowflake eel, multipule chromis yellow and blue, and the peice de resistance 1 fluro pink rhinopias
Corals/Plants: Stags, monties, gonioporas, assorted acros, assorted rhodactis, and a few softies
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: We keep water not fish ( daniel knop)

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