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120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - just lanscaped it

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Country: Australia
Description: on my 4'x2'x2'reef tank at the moment i have 80kg of live rock in there and 3x2000l/hr powerheads and i am running 3x1200l/hr powerheads just to aid in the curing of the rock FILTRATION: a 3ftx18"x18" sump run by a 5000l/hr pondmaster pump with a double tube 24" t5HO light on 24/7 and about 25kg of live rock i there LIGHTING: 8 t5HO 48" 54w light unit HEATING/COOLING:jager300wheater and a backup 200w aquaone heater and chiller i am running a halia 1/4hp chiller
Advice: dont rush and find a good LFS and stick to it if your new at it beacuse going to too manywill confuse you as they will all tell you differnt things
Fish Kept: i have kept over 80 different types of fish
Corals/Plants: i have kept over 50 plants and am now setting up my reef tank
Tank Size: 120 gallons
About Yourself: i have been working in a aquarium shop for the past two years i have learned so much plus i get wholesale on all my stuff

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i think you ment aquascaped, looks nice fish avatar

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