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120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - most recent pic of my tank

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 120 gallon reef(48"*24"*24") 2*250w 20k hqi +2*95w vho (1-10k, 1-50/50). Filter- Custom 40 breeder sump w/builtin refugium. CPR skimmer. automatic refill, uv, etc. 2 seio 820 powerheads. 1 powersweep powerhead. 70w halide on refugium. mag 18 main pump plus several others for various tasks. current 1/4 horse prime tower chiller.
Advice: You can never have too much live rock, get the biggest pump your sump/drain can handle, and remember head height when choosing a pump. A 900 gallon per hour pump may only do 700 at 4 ft.
Fish Kept: Naso tang, yellow foxface, fiji foxface, tomini flame fin tang, blue hippo tang, sailfin tang, blue line pseudochromis, engineer goby, blue devil damsel, yellow fin mono, green scat, ocellaris clown, 2 coral banded shrimp, purple reef lobster, 200 hermits, 3 blood shrimp, sandsifting star, 80 snails, sea cucumber, yellow tang, scopus tang, etc
Corals/Plants: lots of zoos. squamosa clam, crocea clam, black lobo brain, acropora digitata, brown tabletop acro, green hydnophora, green spaghetti leather, green devils hand, kenya tree, colt, cabbage leather, ruffled toadstool, green star polyps, brown star polyps, red foot sebae anenome, bubble anenome, branching hammer, frogspawn, maroon ricordia, hairy mushrooms, ass. mushrooms, ass. leather frags, pulsing xenia, galaxia, yellow polys, pagoda cup, etc
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: "the only things you regret in life are the chances you never take"
About Yourself: I'm the fish guy everyone likes to go to for help.

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