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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 144 Gallon Half-circle from Oceanic Systems with dual built in overflows. 35 gallon refugium with a in-sump protein skimmer. Current Outer orbit light with 2-150w halides and 4-34" t5's 9 Moon light white led's and 9 Nocturnal blue led's
Advice: Enjoy it. Go one step above what you think you need. Better to have equipment that will do a better job than you need rather not good enough.
Fish Kept: Scissor Tail Goby (1), Lyre Tail Anthias (2 female, 1 male), Majestic Foxface, Scribbled Rabbitfish (4), Sailfin tang, Coral Beauty Dwarf Angel, Purple Lobster, Blue Spot Watchman Goby, Percula Clown (2), Black Ocellaris Clown (2), Marine Betta, Black Long-spine Urchin, Royal Tuxedo Urchin, Purple Linkia Star fish, Orange Linkia Star fish, Gold Rim Tang, Cleaner Wrasse, Sand-sifting stars (2), Hermits (?), Astrea snails (?), Mexican Turbo Snails (?).
Corals/Plants: Small plate coral, Blue ridge coral, Xenia, Pineapple Coral, Purple Fan, Large frogspawn, Large Hammerhead, Metallic green star polyp colony, Sun Polyps, 2 clams, Rose Bubble-tip anemone, Blueberry Gregonian, Green polyp Toadstool Leather, approx. 20 small Uma Mushrooms.
Tank Size: 144 gallons

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