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Photo Caption: 125 reef aquarium
125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125 reef aquarium

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: i just kept it simple 1 rena xp3 a couple of power heads and 2 200 watt heaters, 11 t5 vho 18k bulbs
Advice: go slow, do research, know what you want to do before you set everything up, planning is the key.
Fish Kept: 1 yellow tang, 2 domino damsels, 3 clown, 3 sea cucumbers, 1 engineer goby, 2 pencil urchins, 1 short spiny urchin, 1 mono, 1 wrasse
Corals/Plants: WAY TO MANY TO LIST BUT HERE IS SOME, hairy mushrooms, button polups, keynan tree, colt coral, watermelon mushrooms, tan mushrooms, 55 head Kryptonite candy cane, 75 head gray candy cane coral, star polups, 1 singulars, flower pot, xmas tree coral, torch coral, frog spawn 1 rock flower anenome and way to many to list, and alot that i am probably forgetting
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Nicolas Cage voice, put the bunny back in the box
About Yourself: i have a 260 gallon freshwater and i wanted to see if i could do the reef tank, i have a friend that owns a aquarium shop and he said it was easy so i tried it and here it is, and i love it.

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