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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 125g reef. 4ft long, not a 6 ft. have 520W pc lighting, a coralife needlewheel skimmer 220, a trubo twist 9W uv steralizer, Wet/Dry system and a couple power heads for water flow. and working with some mangroves new cpr medium hang on fuge.
Advice: patience is important, but money is even more important! AND PLEASE DO SOME RESEARCH BEFORE YOU START KILLING THINGS!!!
Fish Kept: Coral Beauty, Starry Blenny, Blue (Hippo) Tang, Sailfin Tang,2 Purple Firefish, SixLine Wrasse, Diamond Goby, 5 Blue/Green Chromis, 2 Cleaner Shrimp, 3 Feather Dusters, Tuxido Urchin, Emerald Crab, 2 Serpent Stars, multiple Hermits, and Turbo Snails.
Corals/Plants: Xania, Multiple Zoos, Mushrooms, Hammer Coral, Yellow Sun Polyps, Green Star Polyps, red open brain, trumpet (candycane) 2 short tenticle plate corals, frogspawn, chili coral, adding more
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: I think it's leaking?!?!?!
About Yourself: I am in the Military. I have always had fresh water tanks, i started with a 55 gallon salt, and upgraded after a year to my 125g.

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I LOVE the setup of your tank. rocks surrounding with some sand. it just looks great. fish avatar

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