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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon AGA 1 skimmer Aquafuge Pro Large refugium 225 lbs of rock or more (not sure, never measured, probably more like 300) t5HO + 96WCF 1 Seio, 3 Maxi-jet and one Aquaflow - A lot of total tank flow (not including return hoses). Soft coral and fish, inverts, snails, an eel and everything wierd I can find.
Advice: BE PATIENT...don't rush. If you do, you are liable to lose everything you have.
Fish Kept: Hippo Tang, Timini Tang, Yellow Tangs, Gumdrop Goby, Lawnmower or Algae Blenny, Starry Blenny, Maroon Clown, Fiji Clown, Koran Angel, Damsels black/white, Damsel blue/yellow tail, Damsel black, Moray Eel, Yellow Tailed Corris Wrasse.
Corals/Plants: Oh god...here goes. Lol. Um....where do I start? Gorgonian, Star polyps brown, star poyps green, tons of mushrooms of every size and color I can find including hairy, rhodactus, ricordea Yuma, ricordea, xenia pulsating, xenia, green kenya, kenya tree, colt, green nepthea, green soft leather, cabbage laather, flower leather, devil's hand leather, green clove polyps, palys, candycane, brain, bubble coral and sponges of varying coloration. There is more, I just can't think of it all.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: He who eat jellybean, fart technicolor
About Yourself: I am relatively new to saltwater. Been keeping corals about 1.5 years. Been into freshwater way past 30 years. Bred almost everything I can get my fingers on and I love animals.

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