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1 gallon reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - The Reef's Edge

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 1.5 gallon all-in-one system i built it from scratch.the display is 6" on the deep side and 3" on the shallow side top to bottom. the width side to side is 10", front to back is only 5".the sump is 3 chambers the first is filter floss, the second is 3"x4"x4" fuge area witch has a 1" deep mud bed a cheato ball and a 10watt preset heater, the third houses the return pump witch is a minijet 600 its lit by 8watts of cree xr-e leds 4 white 4 blue.
Advice: go for it
Fish Kept: 1 green clown goby 1 pom pom crab 1 scarlet red hermit crab 4 dwarf blue leg hermit crabs a bunch of micro brittle stars
Corals/Plants: multi color zoa colonys pink bird nest green trumpet green star polyp pulsing xaniea kenyan tree coral
Tank Size: 1 gallon
Quote: D I Y

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Very nice ! fish avatar
why is this in the freshwater category? fish avatar
cool setup! fish avatar

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