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Photo Caption: 55 Gallon tank wet/dry filter Magnum 350 filter system with a bi-wheel, a Rio 800 power head, 320 watts of lighting, alos have 68lbs of live rock.
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55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 55 Gallon tank wet/dry filter Magnum 350 filter system with a bi-wheel, a Rio 800 power head, 320 watts of lighting, alos have 68lbs of live rock.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon tank wet/dry filter Magnum 350 filter system with a bi-wheel, a Rio 800 power head, 320 watts of lighting, alos have 68lbs of live rock.
Advice: Take your time and save your MONEY
Fish Kept: 1 yellow strip tomato clown, 1 Blue tang, 1 yellow tang,1 purple 4 horse shoe crabs,1 red star fish 20 snails, about 6 red crabs
Corals/Plants: About 28 corals so far leathers Brian, , purple flower pot,pink, torch, sea grape, 2 hammers white carnation. not sure what the rest are called, 2 mushroom rocks
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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