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130 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - davids 130 gallon reef

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: My tank is a custom built oak stand and canopy housing a 130 drilled aquarium. I have 150lbs of live rock. I am currently using a PM redline series 150 and a Energy savers unlimited Coralife Super Skimmer 250. I have 2 ViaAqua 4900 aqua pumps (1300gph each) for returning water from my sumps. There are two hydor koralia 4 circulation pumps for extra water movement. For lighting i currently have two 48 inch HO T5's (german powerchrome bulbs)in a canopy retrofit kit (1 actinics and one 10000k), a bank of three 24inch HO T5's(all actinics powerchrome) and a galaxy dual 250w electronic pulse start ballast hooked up to two 250w 20,000k radium bulbs. I have two aqualight cooling fan kits housed in the walls of the canopy togther moving air at 140 cfm.
Advice: patience is key
Fish Kept: hawiian naso tang, blue hippo tang, flame angel, coral beauty, royal gramma, diamond goby, fire goby, mandrin goby, false percula clown, sixline wrasse, longnose hawkfish, 4 green chromis. cleaner shrimp around 5 to 6 hundred snails and crabs( some store bought but most hitch hikers). serpent star, sandsifting star.
Corals/Plants: mushroom leather, pagoda, pineapple, star polyps, zoanthid polyps(red, blue,green), mushrooms, goniopora, montipora capricornus, frogspawn, torch, hammer, anchor, kenya tree, xenia, anthellia.
Tank Size: 130 gallons
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