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20 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - out of a doz. pics this is the best one

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State: Vermont
Country: United States
Description: 23"Lx12"wx16"H 65w smartpaq 10000k/460nm actinic, LED lunar light, Penguin 125 Bio wheel filter, 2 power heads ? 1 placed high 1 low, 100w heater, 30#'s live rock, 20#'s live sand & gravel just about a year old
Advice: Be patient add slowly do regular water changes don't over feed
Fish Kept: yellow pseudochromis, coral beauty, peppermint shrimp
Corals/Plants: bubble macro algae, pink cabbage leather, curly cue anemone, dozens of fan worms, green mushroom atinodiscus, purple tip hairy mushroom colony, toadstool leather, pulsing xenia, 12+ green button zoanthids, 15+ orange/pink zoanthids, 30+ purple zoanthids, and a nice green piece I have no idea what it is?
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Talk Hard!

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