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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 210 gallon reef ready, 320lbs of lace rock, white sand, two dart pumps, power compaques and blue moon lights for lighting, 400 gallon filter wet dry, And I painted the back black. Lastly and most importantly a 40 watt Gamma UV sterilizer.
Advice: research and have lots of spare change! Make sure your tank has adequate flow. Adding a UV sterilzer is a must it will save you lots of money and make your water look pristine. Simple small 10% waterchanges weekly and clean filters when they get dirty.
Fish Kept: About 20 F1 various peacocks, 5 lemon lelupi, 4 Burundi Frontosas , 2 blue dolphins 5 red tailed sharks, 3 rainbow sharks, 5 F1 clown loaches, 3 Iranian red rainbows, 5 synodontis cats, I rhino plecko, I albino pleco, 1 fire eel, 1 large blue lobster
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: Insist on yourself. Never Imitate.

COMMENTS

Good job,,,,busy tank there fish avatar
beautiful tank man great job, i wouldnt change anything about it at all. fish avatar
Very natural Looking!Nice very nice. fish avatar
Might want to throw some butter in that tank for the cichlids for when they (and they will) eat the lobster as he sheds his skin(molting)lol fish avatar
Wow! That is a lot of fish! It's beautiful...very nice. fish avatar
Your tank is beautiful! Do you only have one? I'm surprised all those sharks would get along in the same tank ^.^ fish avatar

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