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Photo Caption: ..120 gallon reef tank, new to this only 5 months running, so all the advice taken, been doing fresh water for a long time. i have 2 250wat mh 8 pc attinic lighting and an fx5 plus wet dry withh fluidized bed filter for filtration. 130 lbs of live rock, and a 4in live sand bed.
fish tank picture - ..120 gallon reef tank, new to this only 5 months running, so all the advice taken, been doing fresh water for a long time. i have 2 250wat mh 8 pc attinic lighting and an fx5 plus wet dry withh fluidized bed filter for filtration. 130 lbs of live rock, and a 4in live sand bed.

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 120 gallon reef tank, new to this only 5 months running, so all the advice taken, been doing fresh water for a long time. i have 2 250wat mh 8 pc attinic lighting and an fx5 plus wet dry withh fluidized bed filter for filtration. 130 lbs of live rock, and a 4in live sand bed.
Advice: take your time if you go to fast and miss something or make a mistake you could loose everything!
Fish Kept: 1 maroon gold clown, 2 green chromis, 2 blue devils, 1 mandarin, 1 white tail tang
Corals/Plants: lots of zoos, mushrooms, galaxia, 2 finger leathers, pipe organ, elegance, frogspawn, toadstool, and cabbage... lots of room for more.. send advice on what i should get and placement
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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