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Photo Caption: My 38 gallon reef tank :)
38 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 38 gallon reef tank :)

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 12X30X14, power compact lighting 50/50 blue actinic and white-Coralife, Nano Remora Protein Skimmer- which sucks and I don't recommend.
Advice: Get a big tank, small ones are a pain, especially if you have fish.
Fish Kept: Yellow tang, two false perculas, Hawaiian flame angel, firefish, six-lined wrasse.
Corals/Plants: Candy cane, scolymia australis, aussie duncan, anthelia, xenia, sun coral, mushrooms, zoos, pink and white acan, false rose anemone, moon coral, toadstool leather, frog spawn.
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: "I'd rather be reefing"
About Yourself: College Student, half my time I do homework, the other half the time I do tank work. But it's worth it. :)

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That tank is way too small for a yellow tang!! fish avatar

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