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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 46 Gallon bow front tank, 90 lbs live rock fiji and tonga, coralife lights 10,000K and Acting 96 watt, 34 inch square pin arrangement,Fluval 205, protein skimmer, and two powerheads
Advice: We are new hobbyists, any advice for us:)
Fish Kept: Coral beauty, engineer goby, sailfin tang, kole tang, blue damsel, foxface, clownfish, and royal gamma, fire shrimp, camel shrimp 3, coral banded shrimp,peppermint shrimp, pom pom crab, emerald crab,sea cucumber, linkia blue starfish
Corals/Plants: open brain coral red and green, colt coral, soft leather, 4 toadstools, condyllactis anemone,green clove polyps, hairy mushroom,green striped mushroom,Rhodactis Brown,red mushrooms,blue mushrooms,zoa rock green, flowerpot coral,frogspawn coral green/purple, Superman mushrooms,Firefly zoanthid,Armor of God Palythoa, gorgonian with white polyps,button polyps, finger leather 2,kenya tree,
Tank Size: 46 gallons
About Yourself: Me and my boyfriend started our tank a year ago and are very excited and interested in salt water fish and coral. We enjoy going to tropical locations snorkeling and helmet diving.

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