Photo #3 - My First Reef Tan..i Love My Brain!

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Photo Caption: My first reef tan..I love my brain!
fish tank picture - Mated Clarks clown fish
fish tank picture - reef from side
corals inverts - trachyphyllia geoffroyi - brain coral, trachyphyllia stocking in 55 gallons tank - My first reef tan..I love my brain!

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon, 2 penguin 350 boi wheel filters, seaclone 150 protein skimmer, heater, 2 maxi jet 1200 powerheads with FLO rotating deflectors, Nove extreme T5 lighting (soft corals only)
Advice: Read read read! Do all the research you can. Visit shops, look at online stores nd ask friends
Fish Kept: 2 mated clarks clown fish, blennie, blue damsel, coral banded shrimp, and many crabs and snails
Corals/Plants: plate coral, brain, pineapple, many mushroom and tons of xenia and kenya branch corals
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy- Ben Franklin
About Yourself: Totally hookie "newbie" who really wants a larger tank

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