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Old 02-19-2017, 02:47 PM   #1
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125g Reef Tank

Hello world I'm new to this forum and was just hoping for some advice or tips and tricks for my new tank. I recently acquired a marine land 125g tank with dual overflows drilled and plumbed. I also got a refugium to run underneath. I intend on growing corals and dragging them over time and was wondering what hardware (pumps, skimmer, power heads) I should use in the tank or fuge. Also if anyone has any personal experience with using live rock and algae in a fuge rather then bio media and such.

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