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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: I have a custom acrylic 120 gallon reef. It's on a custom oak stand with matching canopy. Inside the canopy I have 8 Power compact lights, 2 VHO flourescents and 1 moon light. I have a 40 gallon refugium underneath and a 20 gallon sump with a G3 Protein skimmer. Over 150#'s of live rock.
Advice: Go fast...take risks
Fish Kept: 5 green chromis, 1 purple tang, 2 royal grammas, ruby fairy wrasse, 2 clown gobies, 1 sailfin tang, 1 foxface, 2 marron clownfish, 3 jawfish, 1 lawnmower blenny, 1 orange linkia star
Corals/Plants: Green button polyps, many various mushrooms, yellow leather, finger leather, frogspawn, torch, plate, pearl bubble, hammer, pulsing xenia, umbrella, bubble anenome (hosting my clowns), bright bule crocea clam and a little candy cane.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
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