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Photo Caption: 125 g tank. I use a 72" lighting itinics, with 3 metal halide lighting. I have a refusium in the bottom along with a protein skimmer and calcium liquid added daily. All lights are on a timer and on for 12 hours a day.
125 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 125 g tank. I use a 72" lighting itinics, with 3 metal halide lighting. I have a refusium in the bottom along with a protein skimmer and calcium liquid added daily. All lights are on a timer and on for 12 hours a day.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: A marine depot tank fresh water that was customed into an salt water reef tank. I use a 72" lighting itinics, with 3 metal halide lighting. I have a refusium in the bottom along with a protein skimmer and calcium liquid added daily. All lights are on a timer and on for 12 hours a day.
Advice: Don't freak out when things start dying. Takes a while before establishing a well maintained habitat. Also water changes are the best thing you can do for your tank.
Fish Kept: Saifin tang, blonde naso tang, hippo tang, gold marron stripped clown
Corals/Plants: leather coral, few torch corals, hard corals, 120lbs of live rock, 80lbs live sand, clean up crew, and an anemene, hammer coral, 2 clams, fox coral.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: gone fishin
About Yourself: Work full time and I find salt water fish tanks rather very expensive.

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