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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 144 Gallon Half-circle from Oceanic Systems with dual built in overflows. 35 gallon refugium with a in-sump protein skimmer. Current Outer orbit light with 2-150w halides and 4-34" t5's 9 Moon light white led's and 9 Noctunal blue led's
Advice: Enjoy it. Go one step above what you think you need. Better to have equipment that will do a better job than you need rather not good enough.
Fish Kept: Scissor Tail Goby (1), Lyre Tail Anthias (4 female), Blue/Green Chromis (2), Majestic Foxface, Scribbled Rabbitfish, Sailfin tang, Purple tang, Moorish Idol, Coral Beauty Dwarf Angel (2), Purple Lobster, Blue Spot Watchman Goby, Ocellaris Clown (2), Black Ocellaris Clown (3), Marine Betta, Small Volitan Lion, Black Long-spine Urchin, Royal Tuxedo Urchin, Purple Linkia Star fish. Mandarin Dragonet,
Corals/Plants: Recently added: Small plate coral, Blue ridge coral, Xenia, Pineapple Coral, Purple Fan, Large frogspawn, Small green star polyp colony, Sun Polyp
Tank Size: 144 gallons

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