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200 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my 95g display tank

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 95g cube, w/ 4 Radion xr30 g3pros, 3 mp10s, 150lbs of sand and about 150#s of rock, its filtration is tied into my 10g and 45g frag tanks to a 30" trigger ruby sump/refugium w/ a 57w aqua uv sterilizer, reef octopus elite 150sss, Vectra L1 return pump w/ a manifold, gfo reactor, kalk stirrer reactor, geo calcium reactor w/electronic carbon doser regulator.
Advice: Patience is the biggest necessity, research, and learn as much as possible!
Fish Kept: Blue & Yellow Hippo Tang, Purple Tang, Yellow Tang, convict tang, Lavender Tang, Mystery Wrasse, moyers leopard wrasse, Ornate leopard wrasse, Christmas Wrasse, yellow coris wrasse, Clown Goby, Citrinis, Cleaner Wrasse, mocha storm clown, Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish
Corals/Plants: Way too many to list!!!!
Tank Size: 200 gallons

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