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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125 G. minimalist layout. Skimmer-less Reef Tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Minimalist REEF tank. 80 pounds of live rock and 60 pounds of live sand. 40 pounds of fine sugar sand and 20 pounds of course shell over the top of the fine sand. 40 gallon sump with cheto algae. I make use of Miracle Mud and 25 pounds of live rock without the use of a protein skimmer. Little Giant return pump with two Koralia, evolutions at 1400 gph rating a piece. For lighting I use a Croralife PC unit at 384 watts total. LPS dominated with a few softies throughout.
Advice: Don't rush to a conclusion always step back and take a look at the situation rather it be good or bad on your reef system then after a bit of research make an educated decision when moving forward! Doing this and taking slow will allow you to enjoy the build of your tank which will allow you to enjoy the system for years and years and years!
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, two clowns, 10 chromis and several gobbies through out. Starfish and inverts of other sorts.
Corals/Plants: LPS and Leathers, yellow tang with 7 chromis and one clown fish with inverts throughout. The tank is 6 foot in length!
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: My wife is 125 pounds and my mysterious is 125 gallons.

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