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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 150 Reef Ready Tank with a 30 Gallon sump and 6 Gallon refugium. Eheim 2028 canister Filter Eheim 2229 Wet/Dry Black Tahitian moon sand Texas Holey rock Lace Rock Painted Black Background
Advice: Keep learning/researching and don't be afraid to try new things because there's never really only one correct way and scheduled water changes ( I do mine weekly)
Fish Kept: 5 Cynotilapia afra Jalo Reef Yellow Top, 6 Rusty, 6 Labeotropheus trewavasae Red Top, 6 Labidochromis sp. ''Hongi'' Hongi Island, 5 Metriaclima Msobo, 6 Yellow tail Acei, 7 Pseudotropheus sp. ''Williamsi North''
Corals/Plants: fake
Tank Size: 150 gallons

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