Reef 120

Volume 120 Gallons
Dimensions 48'' x 24'' x 24''
Make Deep Blue
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Introduction

Over the course of the upcoming weeks/months, I will be replacing my current 80 gallon with a 120 gallon.
My current 80 gallon has been up and running for over 3 years, and while there aren't any problems with it, I wanted to redo a few things.
A few of the main reasons for the upgrade/redo:
1: Change the sump/overflow/plumbing to a easier to maintain, and quieter system.
2: Redo the current aquascape
3: Since all my SPS are overtaking each other and growing out of the water, time to weed the coral garden.
4: Reduce the current fish selection. No way in hell to catch them now.
5: And this is the main reason.... Rid my tank once and for all of all the PITA mushrooms that take over everything! Trust me, I've tried all the methods, only sure way is to never let them in in the first place.

The new 120 Deep Blue with a Synergy Shadow Ghost Overflow on the end will still be bare bottom, running (3) EcoTech XR30 G4 Pro, and Calcium reactor. Just the basics as this work perfectly for me.

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Measurements

Temperature
pH
466
ORP
Salinity
Nitrate
Magnesium
Phosphate
9.6
Alkalinity
442
Calcium

Inhabitants

9 Fish

2 Banggi Cardinalfish Pterapogon kauderni
2 Lamarck's Angelfish Genicanthus lamarck
Magnificent Foxface Siganus magnificus
Mimic Lemon Peel Tang Acanthurus pyroferus
Purple Tang Zebrasoma xanthurum
Royal Gramma Gramma loreto
Six Line Wrasse Pseudocheilinus hexataenia

6 Corals

Cup Coral Balanophyllia sp.
Duncan Duncanopsammia axifuga
4 Zoanthid Zoanthus sp.

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