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Photo Caption: My 55 gallon with 300 watt power compact lights, fluval 405 filter, 3 hydor coralia powerheads, 3 clowns and dragon wrasse
55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My 55 gallon with 300 watt power compact lights, fluval 405 filter, 3 hydor coralia powerheads, 3 clowns and dragon wrasse
fish tank picture - Before the lighting change. I now use actinic 03 with 10k instead of just an 8000k with regular blue (or 50/50)
fish tank picture - 3 clowns playing with the dragon wrasse

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon, 2 48" pc 300 watt lights, protein skimmer. 3 hydor coralia #4 powerheads, fluval 405 casnister filter, 18w UV sterilizer, 3 clowns, yellow tang, dragon wrasse, 2 double damsel, 2 sabae anemones, 60 lb. live rock, 100 lb. sand, 16" blue ridge coral, watermelon coral.
Advice: Take your time, when you buy something buy the best you can afford, don't get discouraged and search the web for all questions before you go and buy fish or coral. Most of all: water quality!!!
Fish Kept: 3 clowns (2 mating), 3 double damsels, yellow tang, dragon wrasse.
Corals/Plants: Watermelon mushroom coral, blue ridge coral
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: I'll be back
About Yourself: I am a maintenance technician for General Dynamics, am 46 and married. I have been in the fish tank hobby for about 2 years now and started with 2 fish, a hang on back filter, 20 gallons, and lots of questions.

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