120 gallon FO with Coral Skelaton
[Clown trigger], bluejaw trigger, niger triggers, [picasso trigger], pinnatus batfish, tassle file, longnose file, snowflake eels, zebra eel, sohal tangs, yellow tangs, hippo tang, kole tang, [chevron tang], mappa puffer, [stars & stripes puffer], [manilla puffer], [Mono], ocellaris clown, [tomato clown - pair], polleni grouper, [panther grouper], [asst. damsels], orbiculate batfish, harlequin tusk, lunare wrasses, mexican rock wrasse, cleaner wrasses, flashlight fish, emperor angelfish, koran angel, bicolor angel, coral beauty angel, keyhole angel, moorish idols, volitan lionfish, dwarf lionfish, orange toadfish, wartskin anglers, commmon anthias, saraguassum angler, etc..
Expensive, but well worth it ...
Practicing Marine Bioligist
Got Into Hobby From: My Dad
Any Questions, Feel Free To Ask Me ...
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