Photo #1 - My Happy New Metallic Green Mushroom Corals. Ther...

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Photo Caption: My happy new Metallic Green Mushroom Corals. There are 7 good sized polyps on this rock.
corals inverts - actinodiscus sp. - green fluorescent mushroom stocking in 20 gallons tank - My happy new Metallic Green Mushroom Corals. There are 7 good sized polyps on this rock.
corals inverts - heteractis crispa - sebae anemone stocking in 20 gallons tank - My pink tipped anemone, he seems happy in this pic.

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: I have a 20 gallon saltwater tank setup. With a protein skimmer, filter and small powerhed, as well it is topped off with a coral life double tube white/blue lighting. Within the tank there is sand substrate, live rock and lace rock. Also I keep a 55 gal freshwater tank.
Advice: Patience
Fish Kept: Freshwater: 4 veil tail tetras, 1 large Oscar, 2 Jewel Cichlids, 1 electric yellow Cichlid, 1 pleco, 1 Jack Dempsey. Saltwater: 2 red legged hermit crabs, 1 asterea snail, 1 serpent starfish,
Corals/Plants: 1 Red Tree sponge, 1 pink tipped sea Anemone, Metallic green mushroom coral, purple xenia, brown star polyps.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
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About Yourself: I hate filling this part out, but um its obvious I luv fish and aquariums.

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