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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 60X20X42 Starfire glass. Live Rock and Live sand. Lighting in top cabinet; 3MH, 1Actinic, 2 TriPhospore, 4 moon lights. Refugium below with Calerpa, bioballs, protein skimmer, refill water level control, pinpoint monitor and pumps for pumping back into the system. Two internal powerheads, Built-in overflows back right and left corners.
Advice: Take it slow. Expect LOTs of stuff to die both quickly and ssllooooowwwwly.
Fish Kept: Yellow and Blue Tangs, lots of blennies, Mandarine, Flame Angel, Longnose Hawlkfish, Wrasse, Percula, Chromis
Corals/Plants: Banded Coral Shrimp, Tridactna, Orange Gorginian, Xenia, Emerals, Spiny Urchin, Anemones, Sea Apple, Port Wine Red Shrimp, Cleaner Shrimp, Tube Worms, Star fish, lots of Zoafrags, Acropora, Blastomussa, Caulastrea, Ricordia, hammer coral, fox coral, torch coral, Favia Brain Coral, Gonipora flowerpo, Leathers, Lobophyllia, Montipora, Organpipe Coral, Star Polyps, Sun Coral,
Tank Size: 280 gallons
Quote: When you feel in your gut what you are and then dynamically pursue it - don't back down and don't give up - then you're going to mystify a lot of folks. -- Bob Dylan
About Yourself: Five months into the hobby.

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