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125 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - New tank. Just getting started

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Please rate my tank. I just got started. 125g reef, Corallife Turbo Sea 1270 pump ( oversized but gated to 300 gph), home made Durso stand pipe, Wet dry, 230 watt heater, aqua clear protein skimmer, Maxi jet power head, 200-300 lbs of live rock
Advice: If it works and is free take it!
Fish Kept: , 2 emerald crabs, 36 turbo snails, 2 Percula Clowns, 1 Naso Tang. Still buying more fish and coral
Corals/Plants: None yet I was making sure that my water quality was tip top first. If anyone has any suggestions feel free to make them.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Fish On!
About Yourself: I've always thought saltwater tanks were beautiful and I got alot of equipment for free and the rest real cheap so I figured what better time. I work for the FD.

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