Photo #2 - After 4 Months - 1x Lawnmower Blennie, 1x Yellow ...

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Country: Canada
Description: 75 gal. glass aquarium drilled on back left corner for overflow, 30 gal. sump with coralife super skimmer 220 and ehime return pump, About 4 inches of live sand and about 60lbs of live rock(so far) I will be adding more. 2 x 48" T5 actinic and 2 x 48" T5 aqua lights, 1 x 48" T12 actinic and 1 x 48" T12 Aqua glo lights.
Advice: Patients, don't rush things This tank has been set up for about 5 months and I am not even close to being finished.
Fish Kept: 1x lawnmower blennie, 1x yellow tang, 1x tomato clown, 1x cleaner shrimp, 1x long tenticle anemone, 2x featherduster worms, about 2 doz. hermit crabs, about 2 doz. misc. snails. I will be adding a psychodelic mandarin and a royal gramma within the next couple of months.
Corals/Plants: 1x large green bubble coral, 1xgreen open brain, 1x torch coral, 1x branching hammer coral, 1x candy coral, 1x colt coral, 1x toadstool leather, pulse coral, misc. mushroom rocks. I will be adding more (a little at a time) over the next year or so.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: No you can't get that fish now

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