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Photo Caption: 24 gallon Aqua Pod containing a pygmy angel, diamond goby, sea urchin, emerald crabs, coral banded shrimp, various snails, green mushrooms, red mushrooms, frogspawn, cabbage leather, fiji yellow leather, chili coral, pulse xenia, torch coral, star polyps, open brain, black sun polyps, and a red sponge.
24 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 24 gallon Aqua Pod containing a pygmy angel, diamond goby, sea urchin, emerald crabs, coral banded shrimp, various snails, green mushrooms, red mushrooms, frogspawn, cabbage leather, fiji yellow leather, chili coral, pulse xenia, torch coral, star polyps, open brain, black sun polyps, and a red sponge.

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: AquaPod 24 gallon.
Advice: Patience is a virtue. Also, spend as much time reading as you do messing with your tank.
Fish Kept: A nice blue pygmy angel and a yellow diamond goby.
Corals/Plants: Green mushrooms, red mushrooms, frogspawn, cabbage leather, fiji yellow leather, chili coral, pulse xenia, torch coral, star polyps, open brain, black sun polyps, and a red sponge.
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: Wherever you go, there you are.

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love it. i always enjoy a nice full nano fish avatar

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