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Country: Australia
Description: my tank is 4ftx2ftx18inch,it is set up with a weir which then flows into the sump bellow, in the cabinate bellow the tank is a mini reef filtration system, in the mini reef is my protien skimmer, it is a large skimmer that sits inside the mini reef. My tank is quiet new at this stage it has been going 5 weeks at this stage. I have around 40kg of live rock and a course sand bottom
Advice: I had a very small set up first to get the hang of it all and when i set up my new tank is cycled so quick as i used some of the sand from my old tank and washed out the filter wool from my old tank in my new tank, this reallly really helped. Also ask as many questions as you can from your fish shops, if your lucky like me here on the central coast of new south wales in Australia i have quiet a few marine fish shops around me and i visit them all and as a lot of questions
Fish Kept: a sailfin tang a copper banded butterfly a pink anthius 2 clowns a clown wrasse
Corals/Plants: a plate corol bubble tip anenome daisy fingers sorry dont know the names of the rest
Tank Size: 85 gallons
Quote: just wait lol

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