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Photo Caption: Sohal tang
saltwater fish - acanthurus sohal - sohal tang stocking in 55 gallons tank - Sohal tang

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 55g with dual 175w metal halidesand four 65w pc bulbs, wet dry filter, 10g sump, tunze powerhead, tunze in sump skimmer
Advice: nothing good comes fast. Take your time and dont rush things
Fish Kept: 2 clownfish, regal tang, yellow tang, blue cheek sand sifting goby, mandarin fish, camel back shrimp
Corals/Plants: daisy coral, mushroom cup coral, fragment xenia, red brain coral, frogspawn coral, green open brain coral, condi anemone, fuzzy grass mushroom coral, green carpet anemone, and four other corals that I am not sure of thier names.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: dont touch the glass
About Yourself: 23 yr old been doin this reef thing that completely drains my pockets

COMMENTS

Awesome capture of the sohal. Love your tank and pics!!! fish avatar
Sic picture/setup fish avatar
how big is ur tank and does ur sohal ever fight with any other of ur fish fish avatar

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