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80 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - tank after 3 months

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aquaone 120, Tunze wavebox, 2 tunze 6055 controllable powerheads, 2 eheim extenal filters, 2 38 w T5, 4 xAquabeam leds
Advice: Take your time, its very easy to get carried away with fish & inverts and stock too many too quickly, my advice is 1 fish per week & check the water conditions so as not to overstock.
Fish Kept: 2 yellow tangs, 1 regal tang, boxfish, 1 sailfin tang, 1 redhawk wrasse, 3 chromis, inverts, sps corals
Corals/Plants: sps corals
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: Overpromise under deliver
About Yourself: Started out with tropicals then tried marine 3 months to date, love marines however take up a lot of time & can be expensive but a lot more satisfying than tropical. Electrical engineer by trade & love the chemistry of it all.

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sweet tank i hope when my tank is done it will be that awesome. fish avatar
I love all the color you have, absolutely gorgeous!!! fish avatar

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