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72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Front Tank Shot

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 72 gallon mixed reef, a lot of SPS and LPS with some softies thrown in.
Advice: Do plenty of research and don't get lazy on the tank maintenance. If you keep your water clean and feed everybody you'll be happy with the results
Fish Kept: Powder Blue Tang, Yellow Tang, Spotted Rabbitfish, Spotted Mandrin, 6 Line Wrasse, Velvet Fairy Wrasse, 2 Ocellaris Clown, 2 Pajama Cardinals and 6 gold Chromis
Corals/Plants: Red Mushrooms, Blue Mushrooms, Eagle Eye, fire and ice and dragon eyed Zooanthids, GSP's, Xenia, Large War Coral, Large Christmas Favia, Red Wellsophylia, green Welsophylia, Neon Candycanes, Trumpet Coral, Pocilapora, multiple montiporas (digitata's and Capricornis) and various Acroporas
Tank Size: 72 gallons

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VERY NICE LOVE THE COLOURS fish avatar

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