Photo #2 - Atlantis - 4 Reidi Seahorses (brazilians) 2 Mida...

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110 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Atlantis
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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 110 gal. Size: 30” H x 20” W x 48” L Three Dimensional Aquarium Background (Fits inside the tank) Moonlight Current High Output 48" Fluval FX Canister Filter Red Sea Protien Skimmer Hydor Inline Heater Turbo Twist UV Sterilizer
Fish Kept: 4 Reidi Seahorses (Brazilians) 2 Midas Blennies 2 Yellow Gobies 2 Green Gobies 2 Cintron Gobies 5 Blue-Green Chromis 4 Atlantic Chromis 2 Domar Anthias 1 Mandarin Fish 2 Fire Fish 2 Watchman Gobies
Corals/Plants: Leather Toadstool Yellow Polyps Mushrooms Ricordia Finger Sponge Yellow Gorgonian Red Gorgonian Purple Gorgonian Xenia Grape Calpura Halmedia Tonga Rock Fiji Rock
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: You Dream It! I Create It!
About Yourself: I have been fascinated with saltwater aquariums since I was a lil' tik growing up in the Bahamas. I build custom aquarium cabinets, aquarium backgrounds, and indoor waterfalls. Atlantis Paradise Island Resorts was a big inspiration for me

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