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Country: New Zealand
Description: 2m x 0.7m x 0.6m deep, twin overflows, 175 litre sump, twin reef sequence dart return pumps, twin controlled Tunze streams, twin Seios, Deltec AP902 skimmer, Aquamedic 1000 Ca reactor, Hailea chiller, 18W UV, Arcadia pendant 3 x 250W 14000K Pheonix bulbs, 2 x 58W blue actinics, moonlight, various other pumps feeding equipment
Advice: Ask heaps of questions and visit plenty of tanks
Fish Kept: school of six yellow tangs, blue (hippo) tang, Koles tang, mandarin, 4 chromis, blue devil damsel, pair fire clowns, royal dottyback, coral banded shrimp
Corals/Plants: Various, predominantly softies
Tank Size: 200 gallons

COMMENTS

definitely one of my very fav. tanks on this site. great mix of fish (mandarins are my absolute favorite) its just a beautiful well maintained tank. and being able to see how well put together your system is, is actually a big plus for this one. well done! fish avatar
yea, great tank!! fish avatar
Beautiful tank, I love that you name your fish. I always do the same. I become so attached to my fish, like family members. fish avatar
WOW that is a piece of art! I absolutly love that! It doesnt need a front. Its awesome to see your intricate work that feeds life to your tank. Just light underneath and it would be amazing. Absolutly stunning! fish avatar

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