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Photo Caption: I''ve been doing salt water tanks for about 15 years.. After a 5 year hiatus due to moving, I have started my new tank.. it's a 90 gallon hex with high output flouresent lighting, undergravel and wet/dry filtration., and protien skimmer.Currently the tank has Florida gulf aquacultured liverock, turbo snails, small hermit crabs, a small black sea cucumber, and 3 peppermint shrimp. I'm building the reef slowly to ensure it's stable and I intend to add a few small reef fish and corals as time goes by.
corals inverts - condylactis gigantea - condy anemone - I''ve been doing salt water tanks for about 15 years.. After a 5 year hiatus due to moving, I have started my new tank.. it's a 90 gallon hex with high output flouresent lighting, undergravel and wet/dry filtration., and protien skimmer.Currently the tank has Florida gulf aquacultured liverock, turbo snails, small hermit crabs, a small black sea cucumber, and 3 peppermint shrimp. I'm building the reef slowly to ensure it's stable and I intend to add a few small reef fish and corals as time goes by.

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Description: I''ve been doing salt water tanks for about 15 years.. After a 5 year hiatus due to moving, I have started my new tank.. it's a 90 gallon hex with high output flouresent lighting, undergravel and wet/dry filtration., and protien skimmer.Currently the tank has Florida gulf aquacultured liverock, turbo snails, small hermit crabs, a small black sea cucumber, and 3 peppermint shrimp. I'm building the reef slowly to ensure it's stable and I intend to add a few small reef fish and corals as time goes by.

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