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150 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Updated picture of my reef tank

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Country: Canada
Description: My 150 gallon all glass aquarium. The tank is 6 feet wide by 28" high and 18" deep. My lighting consist of a combination of power compacts, T5's and Vho's. My sump is a 120 gallon 6 feet long tank. Twin pumps act as a return to the main tank and over 3000 GPH of flow in make tank.
Advice: Take your time and research everything
Fish Kept: Zebrasoma Sail fin tank, Hipo Tang, 2 oscelaris Clown fish, Powdered brown tang, 2 Tomato clown fish, 6 chromis.
Corals/Plants: Large Colt coral, Anemone, Hammer coral, Torch coral, Frog spawn, Fox Coral, Assortment of leathers, Gabbage, Hairy mushrooms, assortment of coloured mushrooms, metalic green coral, gargonian, Candy coral, zoos, Maxima clam, Sqamosa clam, Acropora and other assorted SPS coral.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: the only stable thing in life is change.
About Yourself: started with fresh water fish ten years ago

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Nice tank buddy! Looks like your starting on another pie. fish avatar

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