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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 180G lee mar euro glass tank flat polished, 180lbs LR & 120lbs LS, ASM-G4 skimmer, MRC-CR2 Ca reactor, UV filter, Phosban Reactor, 1/2 hp chiller, 3-250W Phoenix 14K's ran on PFO ballast and pendants, jbj auto top off system, sequence dart on closed loop with oceans motion 4 way, seio 1500 & 820 tank parameters as of 11-24-07am,na,ni,po4 all undetectable ph 8.3 ca 450 alk 9.3 dkh mg 1440 temp 79-80 sg 1.026 turnover 40x's per hour
Advice: be patient, do your research, be patient, and get the right equipment the first time
Fish Kept: yellow tang, mandarin, lawn mower blenny, mystery wrasse, sailfin tang, 3 lyertail anthias, siscor tail goby, 2 clarki clowns, leopard wrasse
Corals/Plants: mixed reef system sps: various milli's, valida, poccilopora, cali tort, green/blue tipped slimer, tenuis, stags, and other various sps... lps: acans, blastos, chalice, oxypora, frogspawn, etc... softies:toadstool, various zoo's, polyps, gsp, shrooms etc.... clams: 14" squamosa, 2 croceas anemone: rose bubble tip anemone
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: once you go reef you'll never go back

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