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110 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Full frontal with halide

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: Currently have 110 gal with 4 bulkheads across the top, 2 bulkheads in closed loop in the middle. 175LB LR, 400 W 20 K MH, 48 W HO 50/50 T5 10K Actinic, 48 W actinic T5. 55 gal sump / refugium with 5 in. DSB, 75lb LR, mag 12 return, mag 7 on closed loop.etss skimmer, 2 mj1200 powerhears with reflectors and scwd on return loop.. whew thats a mouthful.
Advice: Remember it takes about a year to get your tank "settled". Don't give up, and read read read everything. Pet stores do NOT know everything about reef tanks. LOL.Search out forums and ask plenty of questions.
Fish Kept: Critters: yellow tang, 2 true percs, diamondback goby, mandarin goby, and bob,our royal gramma, a variety of blue&red leg crabs, and assorted snails, critters and bugs.
Corals/Plants: finger leather, xenias, brain, frogspawn, hammers, torch, star polyps, mushroom leathers, a variety of mushrooms and zoos....
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Sounds fishy to me...

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