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Photo Caption: Tank is a 120 gallon, 48"x24"x24" and has the following inhabitants: Dwarf Fuzzy Lionfish, Copperband Butterfly, Yellow-tailed Blue Damsel, Pajama Cardinal Fish, Orchid Dottyback, One-Spot Rabbitfish, Maroon Clownfish Alcyonium, Maroon Bubbletip Anemone, Devils Finger Leather, Sarcophyton, Ricordia, Tonga Mushrooms, Daisy Polyps, Encrusting Gorgonian, Green Star Polyps, Blastomussa Welsi and Merletti, Montipora Capricornis, Montipora Digitata, Green Tree, Blue Zenia, Red Sea Zenia, Crocea Clam. I have 500 watts of MH and 220 watts of VHO. I also have a LunerTracker for night time viewing. My sump is a 30 gallon breeder with baffles which houses an AquaMedic Skimmer and a Mag12 return pump. There is also an automatic topoff unit. The tank is the result of combining a 55 gallon and a 29 gallon. Now I only have one tank to take care of:)
120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Tank is a 120 gallon, 48"x24"x24" and has the following inhabitants: Dwarf Fuzzy Lionfish, Copperband Butterfly, Yellow-tailed Blue Damsel, Pajama Cardinal Fish, Orchid Dottyback, One-Spot Rabbitfish, Maroon Clownfish Alcyonium, Maroon Bubbletip Anemone, Devils Finger Leather, Sarcophyton, Ricordia, Tonga Mushrooms, Daisy Polyps, Encrusting Gorgonian, Green Star Polyps, Blastomussa Welsi and Merletti, Montipora Capricornis, Montipora Digitata, Green Tree, Blue Zenia, Red Sea Zenia, Crocea Clam. I have 500 watts of MH and 220 watts of VHO. I also have a LunerTracker for night time viewing. My sump is a 30 gallon breeder with baffles which houses an AquaMedic Skimmer and a Mag12 return pump. There is also an automatic topoff unit. The tank is the result of combining a 55 gallon and a 29 gallon. Now I only have one tank to take care of:)

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: My New 120 gallon.
Advice: Read, read, read and ask questions:)
Fish Kept: .
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Quote: Nothing good happens fast in the aquarium hobby.
About Yourself: 58 year old granny:) Daughter works at the LFS and got me hooked!

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