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144 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Mesmerised by it all...

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Ranked #630 out of 1587 reef tanks pictures worldwide
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The Average Score for this picture is: 5.36
This picture has been rated : 206 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.33

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: Bow Front w/2 250 watt metal halides with blues and night lights. Live sand, 140 pounds of live rock, protein skimmer, 15 watt uv, 2 overflows, 1600 gallons per min pump,
Advice: Be patient and do personal research.
Fish Kept: yellow and salfin tang, 4 green chromis, 2 percula clowns, sand sifting goby
Corals/Plants: Star Polyps, mushrooms, pulsing xenias, feather dusters, button polyps. Will add much more in the future.
Tank Size: 144 gallons
Quote: If your in a hole stop asking for a shovel, when you need a rope...

COMMENTS

And I'll give it 11. Brilliant set up and keeps the kids off the pc or Tv. Well done. fish avatar
Everything has grown since this picture. I will update picture soon. Thank you for the kind words. fish avatar
THat is an impressive tank! whats next for it? i giv it a ten fish avatar

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