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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 125 Gallon – 6’width x 18” depth x 24” height with a 55 gallon refugium underneath. 4 x 175 watt Metal Halide – 14k’s, 9 Moonlights, 2 x 6ft VHO’s. I have a phosphate reactor, Aquamedic Turboflotor Protein Skimmer, Knop Calcium reactor w/ Milwalkee PH monitor, Ozonizer – Red Sea, Pinpoint PH monitor, 2 x Tunze 6100 streams w/multi-controller. R/O waterAll supreme mag pumps and a ½ hp Coralife Chiller.
Advice: Save and spend your money on the good products and equipment up front – it will save you money in the long run and do the research on them. And always take your time – don’t rush to put corals and fish in your tank. Take the time to learn about the products and livestock before you buy. And lastly – Less is more.
Fish Kept: Blue Hippo Tang, Yellow Tang, Vlamingi Tang, Pair of Percula Clowns, Fairy Wrasse, Lawnmower Blenny, blue starfish, Pair of Pajama Cardinal’s
Corals/Plants: SPS, LPS, - various - Zoo’s, Acanthastrea, Monti’s, Acro’s, clams, ricordea’s, pink and neon birdsnest, catspaw
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: If you ain’t first, your last!!

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