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60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Juwel vision 180

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Reef tank bow fronted 180 juwel vision. This tank is interconnceted to a 10g seahorse tank and a 12g sump. This is my first attempt at keeping a reef tank and so far avoided most mistakes. Lights include 250w mh and 80w blues on main tank, 150w mh on 10g seahorse tank. I have a 40g tank in hte garage for quarateening.
Advice: You need a steady income and experience keeping tropical fish for some years. Don't rush. Make sure you have a understanding gf, keep showing her nemo should do the trick.
Fish Kept: Included is a flame angel, clown fish, bicoloured angel, star blenny and several crabs and snails.
Corals/Plants: Corals from left to right fromgspawn, hammer head, metalic star polyp, Duncan yasmin, pulse xania, Ducan, 2x Toadstall Bubble, and Pom Pom. I am awaiting the funding to finish the top part of the tank with plate montiporas. Will keep photo updated
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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