Photo #3 - 200 Lt Tank. Contains:coral Beauty Angelfish, Ro...

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Photo Caption: 200 Lt Tank. Contains:Coral beauty angelfish, Royal gramma, Banggai cardinal, Percula clown, Blue damsel, Yellowtail damsel, Mandarin, Yellow tang, Bubble-tip anemone, live rock, couple of corals.
46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Here is my tank now i've added a bit more too it.
saltwater fish - amphiprion percula - true percula clownfish stocking in 46 gallons tank - My little clown fish with bubbletip anemone
46 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 200 Lt Tank. Contains:Coral beauty angelfish, Royal gramma, Banggai cardinal, Percula clown, Blue damsel, Yellowtail damsel, Mandarin, Yellow tang, Bubble-tip anemone, live rock, couple of corals.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aquamode 900, built in filtration with live rock.
Advice: I think I broke every rule in the book when I bought my tank lol.
Fish Kept: Coral beauty angelfish, Royal gramma, Banggai cardinal, Percula clown, Blue damsel, Yellowtail damsel, Mandarin, Yellow tang, Bubble-tip anemone
Corals/Plants: Couple of soft corals.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
About Yourself: 25, Lincolnshire

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Nice Tank! i wanted to know what kind of live rock and how many pounds do u have? fish avatar

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