Photo #2 - Full Tank Shot - Blue Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Ko...

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60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Full tank shot

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Bare bottom 60 gallon tank with a 29 gallon equipment only sump. Display is 48"x16"x17". Vertex Omega 150 skimmer and brs single reactor currently off. Evergrow IT2040's full spectrum LED's, made in China sold. Eheim 1260 return pump.
Advice: Go slooooow!!
Fish Kept: Blue Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Kole Yellow Eye Tang, Mystery Wrasse, Red Head Solon Fairy Wrasse, Flame Wrasse, Black Snowflake Clownfish pair, Starry Blenny, stripped blenny, Lyretail Anthia trio, Fathead Sunburst Anthia pair, Flame Hawkfish, Longnose Hawkfish, Arc Eye Hawkfish, Copperband Butterfly, firefish, Helfrichi firefish, blue chromis, melanurus wrasse, Swiss guard basslet,
Corals/Plants: Softies and lps
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: Check out my Instagram under the same name :))

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