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180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Reef

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 72/24/24/ All-Glass reefready running with a allglass wet-drymegaflow 4 & a prizm pro, turbotwist u/v, fluval 405, 2/802 aquaclear powerheads with roting head,outerorbit 3/250halides with t-5 fixture and 120lbs of livesand and about 200lbs of liverock
Advice: time is key
Fish Kept: currently have a bicolor blenny,blue hippo tang,yelow tang ,green mandarin, citron clown goby, watchman goby, a pair of white sandsiffting gobies, a orange anthias,pair true pericula clownfishes pair of rambodi wrasses, pearly jawfish
Corals/Plants: have a few differnt color polyps frogspawn, red & blue mushrooms, 2 acroporas, star polyps, trumpets,
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: what's the deal !!!
About Yourself: cousin got me started no turning back know, have been on the brink of quiting but too late know the end results are worth the wait

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