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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 28 gallon power quad nano with four LED moon lights 50lbs live rock
Advice: only if you have the time and patience. you cant set it up and let it be. have to have the time to make it right. you want a perfect tank? take the effort and go the extra mile!
Fish Kept: Mated pair of ocellaris Clowns 1 Gold babded maroon clown 1 six line wrasse 1 clown goby 1 sailfin blenny 3 gray-bodied/yellow tailed damsels Clean-up Crew of blue legged Hermits and Turbo Snails
Corals/Plants: 50lbs Fiji Aqua Cultured Live Rock Zoos-red, gree, blue, orange and "goliath" Xenia-pom pom, long stem Mushrooms Star Polyp toadstool 2 minature carpet anemones 1 bubble tip anemone which has now split into another colt coral
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: No TAPPING On The Glass!
About Yourself: I dont know everything, but please feel free to ask questions. And I love to just talk about saltwater and how to better improve my tank. if any one sees better spots to put my coral let me know any thing to amke it lokk more real than what it already is

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