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Photo Caption: First official saltwater aquarium(125 Gallons)! had a 10 gallo before but that doesnt count :)...Set up...Eheim 2028 canister filter, Coralife Skimmer, Just 50/50 lighting, 130 pounds of rock roughly, Koralia 4 Power heads..Fish: Yellow tang, Flame angel, Mandarin Dragonet, Mckosker wrasse, Damsels. Clownfish, Sleeper goby, snails+crabs+shrimp, firefish and some starfish. Metal halides coming soon :)!
125 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - First official saltwater aquarium(125 Gallons)! had a 10 gallo before but that doesnt count :)...Set up...Eheim 2028 canister filter, Coralife Skimmer, Just 50/50 lighting, 130 pounds of rock roughly, Koralia 4 Power heads..Fish: Yellow tang, Flame angel, Mandarin Dragonet, Mckosker wrasse, Damsels. Clownfish, Sleeper goby, snails+crabs+shrimp, firefish and some starfish. Metal halides coming soon :)!
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - NOT CURRENT TANK My more or less first freshwater fish tank! 125 gallon. Now converted too saltwater!! Info on saltwater tank below!

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Country: Canada
Description: Eheim filter 2028 Karalia 4 power heads 50/50 lighting Coralife skimmer
Advice: This tank is breaking many rules! One being the condy anemenes with clowns.
Fish Kept: mandarin dragonet flame angel sleeper goby 4 Clownfish ocellaris 2 azure damsels 1 Green Chroms 1 Firefish 1 3 Stripe damsel 1 Yellow Tang 1 chocochip starfish 1 African Starfish Snails+Hermit crabs. 1 Cleaner shrimp
Corals/Plants: 2 Condalactus Anemene 1 Bubble tip
Tank Size: 125 gallons
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About Yourself: I cant get enough of this hobby!

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