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40 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - FTS

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Jewel Vision 180 tank & stand Deltec ME600 skimmer Cleartides 360 Refugium Aquamedic single 150w halide light unit Certizon C100 ozonizer Phosban 150 phosphate reactor ATC 800 Azoo twin fan x2 6055 Tunze powerheads with controller Maxijet 1200 powerhead All blue single aquaray Tunze auto top up unit
Advice: Don't be afraid to ask & beware, it will take hold of your life, it's great
Fish Kept: Pair of wild Oscellaris clowns Yellow tang Leopard Wrasse Pair of purple firefish Pair of high fin goby's with a pistol shrimp Orange/green Mandarin
Corals/Plants: Green Frogspawn Bright green candy cane Derasa clam Xenia Lots of Acans Ricordeas Green Star Polyps Various coloured Zoas Blasto Welsi's Scollymia Sun Coral Gorganian Yuma Flame scallop
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Are you Local (TV series A league of gentlemen
About Yourself: Always been into fish so when I bought my own house & decided to buy my own tank & wanted a marine set up but did not have the time due to my young children so went for Cichlids. 5 years later I decided to changed my set up for a reef one & that was almost 3 years ago now

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