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Photo Caption: 180 gallon salt water w/ over 300 lbs of live rock.
180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 12 gallon nano saltwater tank. up and running for almost 1 year now.
180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 180 gallon salt water w/ over 300 lbs of live rock.

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 180 gallon been up and running for 1 year now.
Advice: take your time! read books, and price shop! use a natural filteration system if possable! it is best in the long run! have plenty of live rock because that is a big part of you filteration system! ust the correct lights for what corals you intend having, and water movement is as important too!
Fish Kept: sailfin tang, scopas tang, powder blue tang, valetini puffer, several types of damsels, percula clown and a big clean up crew that includes shrimp, snails, crabs
Corals/Plants: some corals frog spawn, bubble coral, sebae anemone, sponges, yellow gorgonian
Tank Size: 180 gallons
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