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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 180 Gal glass tank, 30 Gal refgium, 1 36 watt pc light for refuge, 50 lbs live rock, 40 lbs live sand, 10 lbs refuge mud, macro algae, 1270 gal pump, rc 80 euro reef skimmer, Inline x 250 Eco Aqualizer, 36 watt turbo twist uv with sep. pump, 1 Koralia 4 powerhead, 1 Odyssea EX 350 powerhead, 2 192 watt pc lights for tank.
Advice: I am new at this myself
Fish Kept: 2 Tellow Tail Damsels, 1 Foxface Rabbitfish, 1 Spotted Rabbitfish, 1 Picaso Trigger, 1 Blue Hippo Tangs, 2 Yellow Tangs, 2 Powder Blue Tangs, 1 Unicorn Tang, 3 Sailfin Tangs, 1 Naso Vlamingi Tang 1- 5 Line Wrasse, 1 Six Line Wrasse, 1 Gold band Maroon Clown, 1 Flame Hawkfish, 1 Longnose Hawkfish, 1 Spotted Hawkfish, 1 Blue Faced Angel
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 200 gallons
About Yourself: Own a custom remodeling co.

COMMENTS

Hey Deelove25, The barrels are just 5 gal water jugs that I got from a camping store and the tank was 9 weeks old when i took the picture. You have a nice tank by the way. fish avatar lee b mash
Where did you get those blue barrels Under the tank? This is a wonder detail job and must have been very new when pictures were taken. fish avatar Dave
Thanks Arron, the pvc is just regular white pvc that I painted red with a small paint brush. fish avatar lee b mash
Very neat assemble of innards. Where did you get red PVC? fish avatar aaron

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