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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: AGA 210 Gallon reef with custom stand and Canopy 6x24x 29 Lighting is Icecap T5 retros Filtration is in the basement skimmer is Aqua euro usa classic 400 large carbon reactor phosban reactor 100 gallon Rubbermaid stock tank for sump and 65 gallon oceanic refugium return pump is Sequence Marlin return pump 2 1500 seio powerheads and 2 2600 seio powerheads and seio controller
Advice: Take your time. This is not hobby you can just rush into. Do your homerwork
Fish Kept: Majestic angel 7" Vlamingi tang 10"+ 2 Hippo tangs 8" Sohal tang 8" doctorfish 9" yellow tang 6" Naso tang 8" a pair of maroon clowns a pair of oscellaris clowns a pair of anthias a pair of Domino damsels
Corals/Plants: 12" squamosa clam, 5" crocea clam, RBTA, GBTA, Purple tube anemone rare anemone from Indonesia, extra large Bubble coral assorted leathers paly's mushrooms australian orange torch, neon green hammer
Tank Size: 210 gallons
About Yourself: We started a 30 Gallon tank for our Grandson. He passed away the day after he turned 11 months. The tanks we have are in his memory. He always loved going with mom mom and pop pop to go see the fishes

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