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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 180 gallon 24x24x72 Aqueon glass no overflows,(2) 5' Tech Led 65 Watt LED strip, TT-AL09 120 watt dimmable led module(2), Hang on back overflow, Aqueon Proflex Model 4 sump with EcoPlus 1056 pump, coralife super skimmer 125 skimmer, 500 watt heater, (2) Koralia EEvolution 2700 (pumps 270p0gph each), 200 pounds of sand, custom built stand.
Advice: ADD FISH SLOWWW...START WITH CHEAP FISH YOUR FIRST TIME DOING SALTWATER...STOP...DON'T RUSH!!! That's the best advise I can give.
Fish Kept: Queen Angel, Harlequin Huskfish, Picasso Trigger, Niger Trigger, Lunar Wrasse, Snowflake Eel, Green Wolf Eel (orange female), Foxface, Naso Tang, Bristle Star (over a foot across), long spine urchin, and a Tiger Cowrie snail.
Corals/Plants: ahhhhh...those are expensive...maybe later....I do have algae growing :~)
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: Switched a tank from freshwater to saltwater about 10 years ago and added lots of expensive fish that I couldn't afford...Dumb idea...great tank...sweet fish...couple days later...NO sweet fish...I still had the tank and no money for new fish. START SLOW only put fish in you can afford to loose if something goes wrong...which it will if its your first time.

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