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240 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 240 gallon reef tank

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 24x24x96 (240gallon) glass aquarium, 75 gallon custom sump/refugium, Euro-Reef protein skimmer, PhosBan Reactor 150 running NPX bioplastics, Reeflo DART return pump, Four 120watt LED lights, 300 pounds live rock
Advice: Keep up on water changes. I do weekly 15% changes with reef crystals
Fish Kept: Blue Tang, Blue Throat Triggerfish, Ocellaris Clownfish, Yellow Watchman Goby and paired pistol shrimp, Sleeper Gold Head Goby, Green Mandarin, 4 Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Sailfin Tang, Spotted Mandarin, 2 engineer gobies, skunk cleaner shrimp
Corals/Plants: Frogspawn, assorted polyps, two brain corals, leather mushroom coral, green birdsnest coral, shelf coral, acropora, trumpet coral, orange montipora plate coral
Tank Size: 240 gallons
Quote: "To truly understand the cost of a reef tank, one must first fill their tank with $5 bills and light it on fire."
About Yourself: Reef keeping for 2 years, started with a 75 gallon, next moved up to a 150 gallon with sump then finally bought a brand new 240 gallon tank and Custom made stand and sump.

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