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180 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 180 gallon reef tank

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 180 gallon duel overflow reef tank, coral life LED lights, under tank sump with 2 4'' filter socks, protein skimmer, phosphate reactor,additional 305 fluval filter with UV skimmer.
Advice: hang in there!
Fish Kept: Blue & Yellow Hippo Tang, Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Scooter Blenny, Powder Brown Tang, Naso Tang, Black Velvet Damsel, Green Reef Chromis, Clarkii Clownfish
Corals/Plants: blue xenia,Zoanthus, mushroom corals,frogspawn,devils hand leather,Evergreen Starburst Polyp - Aquacultured (Briareum sp.)Taro Tree Coral - Aquacultured (Capnella sp.)Cabbage Leather Coral (Sinularia brassica)Green Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral (Sarcophyton sp.)
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: Started this tank April 2010, first tank was a 56 gallon column tank. love this hobby except for how much it cost. still plan on adding alot more corals and fish....any suggestions?

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