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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon reef tank. Uses 8 x 3foot T5 bulbs from Giesman. Fixtures are Sunlight supply. Skimmer is a DAS BX2. Iwaki for main pump.
Advice: I would say number one key is educate yourself before you jump in too deep. Start off slowly until you have a good grasp on what you are doing. When getting advice from someone, consider the source for the quality of the info. If their tank looks bad, take the advice with a grain of salt. Consult many people before you make a big purchase. Sooner or later you will get the hang of it.
Fish Kept: I have been a professional for 17 years now so this list is impossible for me to write down.
Corals/Plants: I have been a professional for 17 years now so this list is impossible for me to write down.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: Professional aquarist for the last 17 years. Worked in many fish stores around Dallas, TX to Houston, TX. Then worked two years at the Houston Zoo Kipp Aquarium where I was hired to reverse the neglect of the 4,000 gallon reef zone system. I have now been in business for myself through Captive Aquatic Ecosystems, LLC. for the last 8 years. Custom aquarium sales and maintenance.

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