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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Dimensions: 38"x21"x18.5", Total System Gallons: around 70, Water Circulation: 1750 GPH, , Equipment:, -58 gallon Oceanic show tank and stand, -Megaflow model 2 sump, -Coralife pc lights (192 watts) w/ lunar, -Aquaviolet UV sterilizer, -Coralife protein skimmer, -Magnadrive 500 sump pump, -Hydor Koralia powerhead #3 (850 GPH), -Azoo 1800 powerhead (400 gph)
Advice: Take everyones advise lightly. Everyones advice will vary greatly. Only you can decide what is best for your situation. Weigh things out and then go for it. Make sure you understand everything before you just dive in blindly.
Fish Kept: , -2 true percula clownfish, -Indo Diamond Goby, , Inverts:, -Debelius' Reef Lobster, -Serpent, Sand Sifting, and Brittle Stars, -3 Red Emerald Crabs, -Various Hermit Crabs (scarlets, and electric blue legs), -Various Snails (Margaritas, Nassarius', Ceriths, Turbos), -Tons of Bristle Worms,
Corals/Plants: <br />-Around 100 lbs of live rock.<br /> <br /> <b>SPS:</b><br /> -Vivid Green Stylophora<br /> -Some other rare sps.<br /> <br /> <b>LPS and Softies:</b><br /> -Kenyi Tree<br /> -Bunch of zoas<br /> -Mushrooms<br />
Tank Size: 58 gallons

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