Photo #1 - Bullseye Shrooms Eating Mysis

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 65g acrylic bowfront with 150w 14k Halide - Circulation: Total 1895gph, protein skimmer, 75 lbs LR and 60 lbs live sand, heater, 30g sump/refugium in process of being built
Advice: Take your time and do the research first!
Fish Kept: Ocellaris Clowns (2), Green Chromis (2), Coral Beauty, Cleaner Shrimp, Peppermint Shrimp, Black Brittle Star, Nassarius Snails (9), Turbo Snails (2), Blue Legged Hermit Crabs (20), Cerith Snails (5)
Corals/Plants: Stylophora (yellow/green), Pipe Organ Coral, Ricordia (blue/green. orange/blue, pink), Frogspawn (green/purple), Hammer Coral (purple/green), Bullseye Mushroom, Striped Mushroom, Palythoas, Zoanthids (Looney Toons, Tubs blue, Radioactive, Dragons Eye, orange/green, brown/orange, pink/orange, Caulastrea (blue, green), Green Star Polyps, Rhodactis Mushrooms
Tank Size: 65 gallons
About Yourself: I already want to upgrade to a 90/120g :( Cuz this one ain't drilled!!

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