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55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 55 Gallon Reef Tank

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon Aqueon Tank (non Drilled) Coralife Lighting ViaAqua Heater Marineland Emperor 400 Filter Aqueon Stand Hydor Koralia Powerhead 70lbs Live Rock
Advice: From my experience, make sure you use quality life rock and if you don't mix your own salt water buy it from a reputable source. Avoid large chain fish stores when buying salt water fish at all costs. Get the biggest tank you can get, then save, and get a bigger one before you buy any. I thought a 55 gallon would be enough and I'm already wanting a larger size. Do smaller water changes more frequently. I do a 5 gallon change every other weekend and that seems to be helping the fish out A LOT.
Fish Kept: 1 - One Spot Foxface 1 - Coral Beauty Pygmy Angel 1 - Blue Line Fairy Wrasse 2 - Clownfish 1 - Yellow Watchman Goby 1 - Japanese Pistol Shrimp 1 - Gold Headed Sleeper Goby 1 - Emerald Crab Multipe Hermits, Cerith, Margarita, Nassarius, and Turbo Snails.
Corals/Plants: 5 different corals, not sure of names.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: My girlfriend is really big into tanks and for her birthday I got her a 75 gallon that we set up. I got addicted so I purchased a 55 gallon and with my uncle owning his own business, I set it up as a saltwater with his help. So far everything is going good, and I can't wait to upgrade to a larger tank!

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