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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 180 gal. Two 2xt5ho lights,trickle filter with over flow, uv light, 29 gal home made refugium, utility pump 1300 gph, two heaters not sure what kind one 300 and one 350 watt. 350 pounds of sand in tank. UuuuAll but 4 rocks I made.
Advice: Like always biger is better, start out easy patience is the key.
Fish Kept: 1m 5f afra cobue Orange black,1 greberi,1m bumble bee, 2m red zebra, 1 tangerine tiger, 1 red empress , 2m metriaclima, 8+ yellow labs, 1m4f rudi island, 1m4f elongatus chalousi, elongatus badzula, 4 ob zebra, 2m sunshine peacocks and a stinkpot musk turtle
Corals/Plants: Umm yea i have no clue what plants i have lol there are 8-10 different ones
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: I started keeping fish in my teens in a 10 gal. Aquarium. Since this is what my parents agreed to help me with, and got hooked ever since. It has now beensome years . I went from freshwater to saltwater now back to freshwater.

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