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210 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 210 gal Reef Tank

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 72" long x 24"wide x 30" high, Nova extreme t5 lighting system, Reef Octopus 300 skimmer, Eshopps 30gal Sump, 40 gal Refugium with excalibur skimmer. RedSea wave maker with seven Koralia power heads. Kent Marine RO/DI unit. Auto top off.
Advice: Read, and do your water changes and read some more......
Fish Kept: Powder blue tang, Sailfin tang, Yellow tang, Coral Beauty, pair of Percula clowns, 10 yellow tail blue damsels, and 8 yellow tail chromises. Purple reef lobster, and 4 pincushin urchins.
Corals/Plants: Plating montipora, Acropora, whisker coral, hammer coral, frog spawn, candy can coral, cabbage coral, toad stool leather coral, Bubble coral, Bubble tip anemone, yellow scroll coral, star polyps, assorted zoos and palies, purple mushrooms. Murlino coral. Orange mushrooms, stripped mushrooms,Blasto, Electric green tabling montipora.
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: if you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten.

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