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Submitted By: Wayne Cavanagh on
Photo Caption: 180 litre mixed reef
47 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 180 litre mixed reef

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Sumpless 180 litre Juwel Vison bow front tank which has been running for 1 year 9 months. Tetratec ex600 external filter (running carbon/floss/purigen) Aquamedic Turboflotor Mulit SL 1000 hang on skimmer 4 x 39w ATI Sunpower light unit (running 2 ATI blue plus/2 ATI blue specials) 15w UV unit Inline phosphate reactor GHL dosing pumps for addtion of Fauna Marin Balling salts ATC 300 Temperature control 300w Rena Smart heater
Advice: Take things slowly.
Fish Kept: Fish stock: 1 x Clownfish 1 x Midas Blenny 1 x Scarlet Hawkfish 1 x Yellow Watchman Goby 2 x Talbot Damsels Inverts: Fromia starfish Boxing shrimp Banded serpent starfish
Corals/Plants: Corals: Mix of SPS/LPS/Soft corals
Tank Size: 47 gallons

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Very well set out and maintained one of my fav, well done for going with the black background aswell best choice, ive also put black stones in my saltwater tank they glow dark purple with the actinic look ace! fish avatar

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