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75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75gallon reef, 4 months old

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: The tank is 4' L x 18" W x 20" T. Black wood stand and canopie. I have a 75 Pro clear wet/dry filter with coral life protein skimmer. I have Metal halide lights. 2- 250 watt 14000k bulbs, refugium, uv sterilzer, pacific coast chiller.
Advice: be prepaired to spend some money up front.
Fish Kept: I only have like 5 fish in the tank for now, i will be adding more. I have a Bartlett's Anthias, Yellow damselfish, Sixline Wrasse, Magenta Dottyback, Fire Dartfish
Corals/Plants: yellow and star polyps, green Zoanthids. Pumping Xenia, Green Polyp Toadstool leather, Neon Star Polyps, White n Green Daisy Polyps, Blue Polyped Cap, Frogspawn coral, Green Montipora, Kenya tree, Red Montipora, Blue Chalice
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: i've been running saltwater tanks for about 4 years now.

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