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Photo Caption: i still need to get more live rock and i only have 5 fish and a decorator crab (pest) and a coral banded shrimp.
25 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - i still need to get more live rock and i only have 5 fish and a decorator crab (pest) and a coral banded shrimp.

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Country: Australia
Description: a aqua-one 20gallon fish tank with 7 pieces of live rock and aqua-one filter an aqua-one heater and lighting
Advice: just buy a small aquarium at first and start getting bigger ones.
Fish Kept: 2 percula (black) clownfish, blue spotted blenny, red tailfilefish, sixline wrasse, coral banded shrimp and a mantis shrimp or a pistol shrimp (maybe) (i keep on hearing popping in my live rock.) a banana wrasse and a sea cucumber.
Corals/Plants: hammer coral, weird coral with long stalks and anemones on the end, tall green wavey plant and another i cant describe.
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: mantis shrimps
About Yourself: i love fish since i was 2 and have 2 20 gallon aquariums.

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