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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Jewel Vision 180 Bow Fronted. 3ft wide by 16 inches deep & 22 inches high. 1 external Eheim professional filter with activated carbon & rowaphos in it. x2 Hydor powerheads, 45Kg Live rock, Live sand as substrate. Deltec MCE300 Protein Skimmer. TMC UV sterilizer, Eco Aqualizer, 200W heater, Aquamedic 150W metal Halide lighting unit suspended over my tank & 2 strips of blue LED lights attached to my aquamedic unit as my actinics night viewing.Certizon ozonizer connect to an ORP controller
Advice: Never be afraid to ask for advice.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang pair of Common Clowns Flame Angel Kole Tang 1 Yellow Rock Goby Red Scooter Blenny 2 cleaner shrimp 1 Blood shrimp 1 orange starfish 4 turbo snails 2 Red legged hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: Small clumps of Xenia, mushrooms & Zoo's that came with the live rock when I bought it. Green tipped Hammerhead Green Tipped Frogspawn Green Goniapora Acan Lord Yellow Fiji Toadstool Red plating montipora Bright green trumpet coral
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: I have kept Malawi Cichlids for a few years but always wanted a reef setup & I have finally taken the plunge & set my reef tank up. It has only been running 5 weeks. The live rock, live sand & water all came 2nd hand from an established setup.

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