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Photo Caption: Bam Bam orange Zoanthid
corals inverts - zoanthus sp. - bam bam orange zoanthid stocking in 90 gallons tank - Bam Bam orange Zoanthid

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 30 gal cube with mantis shrimp 90 gal planted goldfish tank ADA 90-p planted nature aquarium JBJ hqi 28gal reef with mantis shrimp 75 gal reef with 20 gal sump
Advice: Enjoy it!
Fish Kept: Neon tetra, Albino Cory, Otto, Rubberlip pleco, Bumble Bee pleco, German Blue Ram, Farlowella(stick cat), Peacock Mantis Shrimp, Smithii Mantis Shrimp, Fancy Goldfish, Peppered Cory, Green Chromis, Maroon Clown,
Corals/Plants: Rotala indica, rotala rotundifolia, some crypt, java fern, blyxa, singapore moss, lotus, ludwigia broad leaf, Mushroom, Ricordia, Tyree Green Toadstool, Euphillia, Favites, Zoanthid(armor of god, nuclear green, dragon eye, orchids, and more without names), Xenia, Kenya tree, dendrophilia, green acropora, tubs green birdsnest, starpolyps, lobophillia, acans, and probably a few more i forgot.
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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