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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 29 Gallon Oceanic Bio Cube 150 Watt Sunpod with 20k Radium bulb 100 Watt Stealth heater in chamber 1. Oceanic skimmer in chamber 1. Chaeto, Azoo palm light, bag of Purigen, bag of Chemipure Elite in chamber 2. Rio 6 HF and ATO floats in chamber 3. Koralia #1 and Koralia #2 in tank. Bare bottom.
Advice: Read all you can about the setup and husbandry of a saltwater tank you can before buying anything. Set out a goal for your tank knowing that it will change but at least have a plan. What kind of fish, coral etc. etc. Then buy the equipment you need to maintain the critters in your plan. As hard as it is going slowly will help to create the best tank you can from your plans. Have a great time with it as it is an addiction and very costly.
Fish Kept: 4 blue/green Chromis 1 Talbot's Damsel 1 small Foxface, this is the third one in the tank taking care of Caulerpa. They are bought small (2-2.5") then traded in to the LFS for credit when they reach 3-3.25".
Corals/Plants: Trying to emulate a reef flat bio-tope Millipora Acropora Montipora Zoanthid Porites Pavona
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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