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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 9 months old 180 reef tank 270lbs of live rock. 125 coral life skimmer. 3 150w metal halides, 4 96w actenic blue power compacts with moon light combo. 30 Gallon sump. UV Sterilizer 8 watt
Advice: Find a good LFS
Fish Kept: mated pair of ocellaris clowns, mated pair of yellow watchman gobies, lunar wrasse, did have a mated pair of pink skuns the female jump out. one hippo tang, orange spot file fish. lots of critters
Corals/Plants: pearl coral, pink tip plate coral, large finger leather, toadstool leather, yellow leather, long tentical anemone, buble tip anemone, christmas worm rock, coco worm with a baby attached, metallic green gonapora, branch gonapora, some zoanthids and some mushrooms.
Tank Size: 125 gallons

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pretty nice tank it really is :) good job fish avatar
hey i have a question i have a wet dry filter and i have my coralife super skimmer in the main resovour, however there are tons of tiney micro bubbles coing out from my diffuision box going right back into my tank, how do i change that i want my tank to look clear but be healthy? fish avatar

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