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28 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 28 gal. JBJ Nano Reef

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 28 gallon JBJ nano cube hqi with built in protein skimmer. Metal Halide bulb(blue color) with four LED moonlights
Advice: Start slow. "Its your canvas , paint it however you want it" Grussing the Great
Fish Kept: i kept seven fish in my nano. A firefish, purple firefish,yellow watchmen goby,yellow clown goby,tailspot blenny,black barred convict goby,and a Multicolor Angelfish. Also have a blood red shrimp and a sand star
Corals/Plants: Whisker Duncan`s about 30 heads,Kryptonite Candy Coral 16 heads,Fox Coral,Pagoda Cup Coral, Yuma Ricordea,Hetero Xenia,Orange Carpet Lobo Brain, Watermelon Zoo`s,Purple Frog spawn,Molten Lobo,Fungia Plate Coral,Starburst Polyp`s Green, Mushrooms red, blue, purple, sponges blue and orange
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: Bob`s your Uncle
About Yourself: I moved out from Ohio five years ago, about two years ago i got into the hobby. I also have a 75 gallon saltwater fish only tank.

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