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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 36x36x30in Cube All Glass Aquarium w/1 overflow box centered. 2-1800gph Pumps; 150Pro Series Wet/Dry Filter w/Protein Skimmer/Sump; UV Sterilzer Current 80lbs Live Sand & 185lbs Live Rock (Varioius Types) 2-192Watts - Nova Extreme Fixtures. Additives & Supplements added as required.
Advice: Be very patient and/or share your duties and passion building your dream tank !!
Fish Kept: 3 - Grn Chromis, 3 Clown Fish (Ocellaris & Gold Band), Coral Beauty, Blue Hippo Tang, 3-Goby (Yellow Watchman & Diamond), 2 - Wrasse (Filamented & Tricolor) & Purple Stripe Pseudo.
Corals/Plants: Various Soft Leather Corals & Various LPS Corals Fire Shrimp & Bubble Tip Anemone.
Tank Size: 140 gallons
About Yourself: Began Hobby February 2007 with a 40gl rectangular tank our siblings had sitting in the garage,, then we decided to upgrade to 140GL Cube Tank in May 2007 and began our journey. Pictures of tank are from August & September 2007. Will update with new pictures as our fish and corals grow!! We are truly excited and just love our custom made tank!

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