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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 155 Bow Front 40 gal wet/dry, Euro-Reef RS135 skimmer, 6x 96watt power compact lighting. I'm guessing about 150 lbs of live rock and at least 100 lbs of live sand.
Advice: Keep an eye on your pocket book.
Fish Kept: (1) Niger Trigger, (1) Flame Angel (3)Green Chromis, (1) Green Mandarin, (1) Yellow Tang, (1) Lion Fish, (1)Juv. Emperor Angel, (1) Maroon/Gold Clown
Corals/Plants: Bubble Coral, Kenya Tree, some mushrooms, Frogspawn, and a couple of others that came on my rock.
Tank Size: 155 gallons
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About Yourself: In the hobby for about 8 months. Didn't take long to make the leap from a 46 gal to a 155.

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