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Ok so this is a jump from my 32.5g Fluval Flex. I settled on the Red Sea 350 for a couple reasons, it was an all in one buy, was on sale so that was a plus haha, and I wanted something nice that would blend in like furniture, not just another random tank and stand that just doesn't fit ya know? After this I will def go custom and incorporate, but for now, this is what we got :)

So to start we have the original purchase of February 11th
Red Sea 350 tank
2- Radion G3 Pro lights
Bubble magus Curve 5 skimmer
Jebao DCP-6500
1- MP40 ( plan on a 2nd soon )
2- Nero 3( one on each side of the back wall )
60 lbs of marco rock that the wife and I custom made out rock scape from
80lbs of sand ( wanted a semi deep sand bed for once )
ReefBreeders Pico refugium light

This will be mainly an SPS tank, but will add some zoas and euphylia for added color and motion.

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Time to finally upload some more pictures, sorry I been busy coral shopping and doing some research . Tried some gsp to make sure it would survive even though everything tests perfectly. Sump all set up with pompom macro and some old and new rock. Transferred all my frags over and checked initial par, got some adjustments to do still.
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