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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Reef tank
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125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Reef tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Our Tank Dimensions are 72 x 22 x 18. Tank is not drilled so we have an overflow box in place. We also have 3 150 Ocean Blue Kessils We have a custom 55 gallon sump/refugium with 4 chambers. In the Sump/ Refugium we have Rubble Rock in first chamber, a ASM G4 Plus with 900 sedra Protein Skimmer with gate valve upgrade. Third chamber is our refugium which has aragonite substrate and Cheato. Tons of pods growing in that chamber!fourth chamber had return and Turbo Twistie x12 with power head in that location. The tank has one return line splitting to 2 lines and finally splitting to 4 lockline nozzles. 3 koralia power heads to move water effectively throughout system. Return pump is a pondmaster 9.5
Advice: Patience, Patience, Patience! DO NOT CUT CORNERS! This will only cost your more money in the long run. You will be better to save a little money and do the job right before it kills or damges your livestock. Pay special attention to your parameters. Dont believe the hype of some companies claiming to eliminate nitrates and such. These are temporary fixes that will create a bigger issue later. Do your homework. The more you research and test within your own tank, the more you will learn about fish, coral, suppliments, parameters, lighting etc the better you will be off.
Fish Kept: Black and White Clown Yellow Tang Diamond Goby Yellow Tail Damsel Blue Damsel six line Wrasse Lawn Mower Blenny 4 Green Chromis 2 Fire Shrimp 1 Harlequin Shrimp 2 Emerald Crabs 5 Red Scarlett Crabs 20 Blue leg Crabs 11 Brittle Stars 20 Snails 250 lbs of live Rock
Corals/Plants: 11 Colonies of Acans(Many Colors) 1 colony of stripper pink zoos 2 colonies of hammer coral with 12 to 15 heads each 1 colony of frogspawn with 10 to 12 heads 1 colony of neon trumpet corals with 7 heads 2 colt coral 3 blue mushrooms 1 pulsating zenia 1 kenia tree 1 green montipora 2 pipe organ colonies 1 alien eye chalice 1 meteor shower cyphastrea 3 Candy Apple Pocillipora 12 Candy Apple Pocillipora frags. 1 Neon Green Wellsophelia 1 Zenia
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I love ocean life. As a child, my dream was to be a marine biologist. This is the closest I can come to that. Dealing with unforeseen issue like cyanobacteria and things like that, bring challenges to the hobby which educate you on a daily basis.


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