Photo #4 - My 110g Reef. - Sailfin Tang Foxface Blue Tang ...

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Country: Canada
Description: 110g reef tank, 150 lbs of live rock, MH lighting giesemann, deltec mc500 skimmer, DSB, 4 power heads
Advice: Take your time! Be patient.
Fish Kept: sailfin tang foxface blue tang flame angel (maybe I'll get it out; he picks at corals) 2 percula clowns clarkii clown mandarin dragonet 3 green chromis
Corals/Plants: LPS and softies. Some SPS but not a lot. I have several clams (crocea and derasa), snails and shrimps also.
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Nothing good happens fast in this hobby.
About Yourself: I got a 2 gallon freshwater tank, I upgraded to a 32 freshwater tank and now I have my 110g saltwater reef tank! I am only 14 years old and I plan on setting a huge system when I'll get older. About me... I'm in secondary 3 and I live in Quebec city! I like playing violin and playing tennis or squash with my father.

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