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Submitted By: Trinh on
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish)

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I am new to the hobby. I like it so much that I am in the process of transferring my FOWLR to a reef tank. Tank is 48" long, 18" inches tall and 12" wide. This is a 2 months old tank. Biological Filtration- 60lbs of live sand and 55 lbs of Fiji Premium Rock Mechanical Filtration - Eheim 2215 Canister Filter - CPR Aeroforce HOB Protein Skimmer Lighting - Aquatic Life PC 48" 4 bulbs at 54 watts each. Actinic bulb is made by ATI BluePlus. Also include are 200 watt heater and Koralia pump 4.
Advice: Research correctly by talking to the right and credible Marine expert. Most importantly have fun!
Fish Kept: 1. Flame Angel 2. Yellow Tang 3. Golden head Goby 4. 2x False Percula 5. Black Darwin Clownfish
Corals/Plants: 1. Green tip frogspawn 2. Pink tip frogspawn 3. Green montipora 4. Green tip leather coral 5. Green corcea clam 6. Green Zoa 7. Neon Green Star Polyp 8. Green Star Polyp
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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