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Country: Canada
Description: 36"x24"x18, nova extreme tech 5 vho lights 2x 10,000k, 2x 420nm actinic blue, 3 lunar led. 2 hydor koralia powerheads, 1 maxijet 400 powerhead, rio 1100 return pump, redsea prism skimmer, 2x 150 watt heaters, 20 gal sump holds skimmer, pump, heaters, filter sock. homemade overflow to sump.
Advice: read alot and be patient. research all of your purchases before buying. find a fish store that you can trust. watch out for store clerks that will just try to sell you the most expensive and sometimes unnessasary equiptment. good luck and happy fish keeping.
Fish Kept: 2 tomatoe clowns, 1 orange spotted shrimp gobie, 1 regal tang, 1 dispar anthias, 1 copperband butterfly, 1 bicolor angel, 1 red starfish, 2 cleaner shrimp, snails and hermits.
Corals/Plants: hammertip coral, xenia pulse coral, frogspawn coral, lettuce coral, pink and green open brain coral, blue and purple rhodactis mushrooms, green trachyphyllia.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: go canucks
About Yourself: been in the hobby for about a year. researched and planned it for a year before starting. cabinet maker by trade.

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