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124 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - one of my tanks

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 124 gallon saltwater reef tank with cascade 1000 external filter cpr full syphon overflow box SR1 custom filtration sump coralife super skimmer 33004 up to 220 gallons phosban phospates reactor Odyssea 4foot w/4-65watt actinic computer bulbs -2- 250watt double ended metal halide bulbs and 8 night light l.e.d.s rx6000 pump 2-1300 gph powerhead wave generators dual bbulkhead returns
Advice: K.I.S.S.
Fish Kept: 2-mandarin dragonettes 1 scooter blenny ,1-yellow tang, 2-blue damsels 1-yellowtail damsel,1-lawnmower blenny,1-bengi cardinal,1 chocolate triggerfish,1-clarks clown, 1-true percula clown,2- coral banded mated pair,1 purple lobster,5 peppermint shrimp 2pistol shrimp mated pair astrea snails pincushion urchin starfish cerith snails nassarius snails star astreas green wart sea slug green lettus sea slug sexy anemone shrimpemerald crabs pom pom crabs blue knuckle hermit electric blue hermit dwarf blue leg hermits tube worms coco worms feather dusters copepods amphipods rotifers phyto-and zooplankton 1-condy anemone derassa clam
Corals/Plants: acropora sp 5 specie torch coral frog spawn kenya tree pom pom xenia ricordea red mushrooms zoanthids palythoas button polyps rainbow acan ausi lord neon green maze brain maroon brain toadstool leather elephant ear mushroom candycane coral green and pink star polyps platinum torch dendrophyllia sun coral duncans pagoda coral yellow sea sponge caulerpa chaetomorpha red titan macro algae and ton ton more too much to name
Tank Size: 124 gallons

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