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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.

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Hi just wondering how hour lobster is getting on as I would love to add one to my tank but everywhere I look it seems to say this is a bad idea and yours is the only tank I've seen with this working, I mainly have Cichlids in my tank but also a plec, some catfish and a ropefish, any advice on this would be greatly appreciated fish avatar despina

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