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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 150 gallon starphire front and sides 60X24X25. Euroreef skimmer, current sunpod lighting with 150w halides, lunar night leds. Danner 9,5 mag pump. New koralia 5 and koralia 4 X2. Corner overflow. 2 four unit fans to keep tank between 75 and 79. keeping tank at that range help to contron algae growth. My water parameter are always perfect . water changes regularly.
Advice: Very expensive hobby, buy as if you are setting up for your next bigger size tank, this will save you some money later. Start with soft hardy corals and work your way to the stony corals later.
Fish Kept: Hippo tang, yellow tang, sailfing tang, tomato clown,watchman goby, mandarin, bicolor blennie,gumdrop goby, cleaner shrimp, 20 or so hermit, red tip crabs, turbo snails.
Corals/Plants: star polyps, yellow polyps, red ,orange, pink and green zooanthids, orange florida ricordia, montipora,brown, red , green mushrooms, toadstool leather, finger leather, frogspawns, pulsating xenias, candy cane, galaxia, brain corals, green/blue acropora.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake
About Yourself: I'm a surgical assistant. Married to a wonderful woman, have two beautiful girls. I 've been in the hobbie on or off for 15 years. Started freshwater tropical fish, moved to african cichlids, and much later came saltwater fish and reef tank. The demands of my job are stressfull, so i relax tinkering with my tank

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Nice Tank!!! How long have you been in the hobby? fish avatar

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