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140 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - saltwater reek tank 140gal. 5mos. old

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 4x2x29 tall aquatic custom coral light 29gal stump super skimmer hooked up in stump
Advice: salt water can not be difficult but it can not be hurried eather research is a must on types of fish and coral that will get along with each outher. every thing must be close to perfect condition for a safe healthy tank.
Fish Kept: 1 naso tang, 1sailfin tang,1 rabbit foxface, 1chulk basslet, 1spotted hawkfish, 1lunare wasse, 1dragon gobbie,1red lip blennie,4 chromis
Corals/Plants: 2 leathers,couple of red mushrooms,several polyps, couple of tree frags,some green grass frags, 1 candy cane ,cauliflower colt,
Tank Size: 140 gallons
About Yourself: 58yr old steel worker who has alway love fish mostly fresh water but about 6 mo. ago i tried a 29 tall salt water setup and I WAS HOOK so to say its very fun to watch all the neat things in the salt water world.

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