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30 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - a nice,young,growing tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Well my tank is 30 gallons and is a reef tank. rookie at this thing but gettin used to it filter that acts like power head for coral etc. light is a moderate. and water flow is alright.
Advice: well everyone one says read. but i winged it and im doing alright. just have expierence i have a freshwater tank also. now wat your buying.
Fish Kept: yellow tang. banded shrimp. two tomato clowns (pair). watchman goby. flame scalop. two armor shrimp. many hermet crabs and turbo snails
Corals/Plants: two mushrooms (ones startin to spread). two rock anenomes. bubble tip anenome (BTA). single poylp spread out various locations. one feather duster
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: BALLLLLIN
About Yourself: im 15 im a rookie at this hobby please help me. suggestions on wat im doing wrong.

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