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46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 46 gallon, I'm new to the game. I want to practice with this tank then move onto a 125gal in a few years.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: power compact lights,3power heads,magnum 350 filter,protien skimmer, about 50 lbs live rock, 40 lbs live sand.
Advice: research, and then research again. Make sure your ready to spend more than you think...
Fish Kept: Blue hippo tang, perc. clown, 2 green chromas, neon goby, green mandarin, tux sea urchin, cleaner shrimp, 2 peppermint shrimp, about 20 crabs, 4 snails.
Corals/Plants: branching hammer coral, fiji yellow leather, red open brain, branching frog spon, green star polyps, green zoos,a red gorgonian, a moon brain, a white sebae anemone, and a bubble tip anemone.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: I got 5 on it

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