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80 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - front center

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 80 Gallon glass reef, 30 gallon sump, 1/4 hp chiller, 440 watts pc lighting, PM Bullet 3 skimmer w/ waste cup, uv sterilizer, 7 stage dual DI RO system, Octopus 3000 controller,
Advice: Read, read, read. Read all the info you can before getting anything. And talk to your local fish store guys and customers. See what they have tried and used before you invest topns of money into any piece of equipment of animals.
Fish Kept: Assorted Tangs Six Line Wrasse Ocellaris Clown Yellow Striped Fairy Wrasse Banded Goby Desjardin Sailfin Tang Fire Shrimp Cleaner Shrimp Coral Banded Shrimp Arrow Crab
Corals/Plants: Open brain Colt Galaxea Cabbage, pink & brown assorted mushrooms tons of zoe's Ricordea assorted pally's star polyps Montipora Mirulina candy cane
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: thats all real stuff in there
About Yourself: Started out with this tank and lost lots of livestock through trial and error before I figured out what I was doing.

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Really great setup, looks great fish avatar

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