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29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 4 1/2 months old

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: LIGHTING - Metal Hallid, Coralife (2-65 watt, 2 actinic and 1 10000K 150w metal hallid bulb, and 2 blue LED moonlight) FILTRATION- DIY 10g sump, Rena XP2, Prism protein skimmer. OTHER - Turbo Twist UV steralizer, Visi Therm 150 watt heater.
Advice: Plan ahead and research what you want to put in your tank before you put in it. If you put coral plan on paying the price for good lighting...I have to upgrade to a HQI lighting system to add a clam in the future. Take your time and be patient.
Fish Kept: 1 Ocellaris Clown, 1 Royal Gramma Bassalet, 2 Green Chromis, 1 Fire Fish, 1 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, 12 Margarita snails, 5 Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crabs, 2 Nasarius snails.
Corals/Plants: 1 Torch, 1 Aussie Acan, 1 Green Star Polyp, Yellow collony Polyps, 1 Open Brain Green, 1 Frog spawn, Various Mushrooms, Hulk green Zoanthids, 1- Dandrophylia.
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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