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210 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 210 Saltwater Reef Tank

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: 210 Gallon Saltwater reef tank. 72x32x24. T-5 Lightting. 40 gal sump w/protein skimmer underneath. 1/2 hp chiller. Mag Pump circulating pump, 3 power heads for water flow.
Advice: Always read about a fish or coral before you buy it. Always ask questions from your LFS. READ!!! READ!!!! READ!!!!!
Fish Kept: 2 Ocellaris Clown Fish, 1 Black and White Ocellaris Clown, 1 Green Mandarin, 1 Yellow Hawaiian Tang, 1 Blue Regal Tang, 1 Scopas Tang, 4 Chromis, 4 Blue Damsels, 2 Twin Spot Hogfish, 1 Male and 1 Female Lyretail Anthia, 1 Bicolored Blenny, 1 Chalk Basslet, 1 One Spot Foxface, 1 Green Feather Star, 2 Sand sifting Sea Stars, 2 Serpant Sea Stars, 2 Cleaner Shrimp, 3 Peppermint Shrimp, Host of hermit crabs and snails, 2 Long Tentacle Anemone, 1 Flower Anemone, 1 Sailfin Tang
Corals/Plants: Long Tentacle Plate Coral, 2 short tentacle plate corals, Green Star Polyp, 2 Frogspawn, 1 Hammer Coral, 1 Sun Coral, 1 Brain Coral, 1 Pineapple Brain Coral, 1 Green Candy Cane Coral, 1 Cabbage Coral, Multi-assortment of Mushrooms, Multi-assortment of Zooanthoids, 1 Spiny Cup Pectina Coral, 1 Toadstool, 4 Leather Devil Hands, 1 Yellow Colony Polyp, 1 Glove Polyp
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: Read Before you BUY!!!!
About Yourself: We went into the LFS to buy 2 beta's for our girls and ended up leaving the place with a brand new 55 gal salt water tank. It took 1 year before we upgraded to our 210 tank. My wife and I both enjoy the hobby as wells as all 3 of our girls. I am a sales rep and my wife is a RN.

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