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120 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My tank.

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Country: Canada
Description: 120 gallon custom built. 4ft x 2 ft x 2 ft 40 gallon sump runing a H&S 150-F2001 Internal Skimmer. Lighting : 48" Nova Extreme Current T5 Pumps :A couple of Tunzie's, Mag 1200 and Running a 3 stage RO/DI unit for water. Phospate reactor running with Carbon at the moment.
Advice: Take it slow and get the right equipment for you plan on having in your set-up. Slow and steady wins the race.
Fish Kept: 2 yellowtail / purple damsels, 1 Atlantic Blue Tang, 1 Yellow Tang, Coral Beauty, Royal dotty back, mated pair of Bangai Cardinals, 2 black & White Saddleback clowns and 1 Foxface Rabbitfish.
Corals/Plants: Various zoos and palys. Various Acros. Green open Brain, Pink doughnut, Clams, mushrooms, hammer coral, frogspawn, a large Devil's hand, Anthelia and many more.
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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you need more rock! looking good but more places to place coral means more coral you can buy. fish avatar

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