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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: I keep one freshwater tank which is 55 gallons and one 55 gallon saltwater tank, which I am slowly making into a reef tank.
Advice: Read a book: The Marine Aquarium Problem Solver
Fish Kept: Freshwater: Lima Shovelnose Cat, Polypterus (Bichir), Needlenose Gar, Moonlight Gourami, Silver Tipped Shark, Pictus Cats Saltwater: Yellow Tang, An assortment of damsels, I recently hatched a Banded Cat Shark in my aquarium, serpent star, brittle stars, clownfish
Corals/Plants: Blue Sponge, Fox Coral, Clavularia Star Polyps, Feather Duster, a small fragment of acropora which is going great, anenome for my clownfish
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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