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Submitted By: Brian Dimech on
Photo Caption: Yellow Fiji Leather
120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 2 yrs old - 2010 March
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Country: Canada
Description: 120g Reef Tank, (approx. 5'x2'x2') 180 lbs L.R., 80lbs Crushed Coral sand, 2x250MH, 2x96w Actinc, 4 LED moon light, Turbo Float Skimmer, 30 G wet/dry Sump with 10lbs L.R., 17g Refugium with Chaeto, L.R., 4 inch deep sand bed, 1200gph main pump, additional 4 P.H. in tank @ a total of 3000gph, internal dual overflows. Temp 76 to 78 Salinity 1.026 Nitrate 0 Nitrite 0 Phosphate less then 0.05 Alk 4.5 PH 8.2/8.3 2 stage B-Ionic 2 drops Lugols/week 10ml Strontium/week food - Multi frozen, pellets, flake, nori, garlic drip
Advice: As much light and water movement that you can afford. What ever size tank you choose to buy, double it and save yourself the upgrade at a later date.
Fish Kept: 1 Yellow Tang, 1 Chevron Tang, 1 Powder Blue Tang, 1 Flame Angel, 2 Blue Damsels, 1 Six Line Wrasse, 2 Clowns, 1 Mandarin Goby, 1 Blue-Green Chromis, 1 Blue Throat Triger, 2 Crocea Clams, 2 fire shrimp, 2 Candy Cane shrimp, 2 pepermint shrip, 1 Orange star fish, 1 Porcelian Crab, Multi Snails & blue hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: Hammers, Leathers, Acro's, Elkhorn, Multi Zoo's, Multi Mushrooms, Open Brains, Plate Coral, Feather Dusters, Duncan, Rose Tip Anemone, Pagoda
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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