Photo #3 - 100 Gallon Reef Tank. Corals Consist Of Mushrooms...

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Photo Caption: 100 gallon reef tank. corals consist of mushrooms, buttons, leathers, hammer corals, and some other that i am not sure of but are in there.
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100 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 100 gallon reef tank. corals consist of mushrooms, buttons, leathers, hammer corals, and some other that i am not sure of but are in there.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 160 pounds of live rock yellow tang, two clowns, royal grammmma and brittle star. Tank still growing very quickly. corals added at the start of feb 2011. They look great!
Advice: research everything...
Fish Kept: damsels, goldfish, tangs, sweetlips, clowns, tetras, basslets, snails, hermits and variety of corals
Corals/Plants: mushrooms, polyps, buttons, leather, hammers, and many that I am not sure of.
Tank Size: 100 gallons
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