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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Juwel Rekord 70 Volume: approx 70 litres 61 x 31 x 46 cm Lighting: Arcadia Overtank Luminaire, 4 T5's (two Marine Blue Actinics and rwo Marine Whites (60cm-24in). Juwel Filter system: Compact (internal) 300wat Heater/stat one Koralia 3 powerhead and a Red Sea Prizm Energiser Skimmer Sealand-Industrial:12V 9W UV Sterilizer with Powerhead 3 inch thick Live Sand Bed, 10kg Eco-Live Rock. 2kg live rock rubble in internal filter
Advice: It helps to be me a Marine Biologist that finally has time now to start this hobby properly. Study hard and gain the benefits
Fish Kept: many before, this is a brand new tank, currently one spotted mandarin and purple firefish
Corals/Plants: Favia, Merulina, Hydnophora, Xenia, Montipora, Many Zoanthid Colour Morphs, 2 Soft Tree Corals
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: That looks nice, must resist not buying it!!!Doh!
About Yourself: A Marine and Freshwater Biologist, starting a reef tank setup, dived many sites around the world and nothing beats the real thing. But i want something here at home for everyone to see.

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