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50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Growing reef tank 7 months in.

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Country: Canada
Description: Lighting: Exotic LED strips Filtration: Emperor 280 Protein skimmer: 65g Water movement: 3x425gph hydor power heads
Advice: Always think things through before you dive head first.
Fish Kept: 2-Ocellaris orange Clownfish, 2-Ocellaris black clownfish, cleaner wrasse, Cardinal fish, 2 emerald crabs, ruby emerald crab, shrimp,
Corals/Plants: Hammer coral, Zoanthids, GSP, Xenia, Toadstool, Carpet anemone, Orange tree sponge, Red mushroom, Frogspawn, Two unknown mushrooms, Yuma,
Tank Size: 50 gallons
About Yourself: Slowly got into the hobby through a betta, then to a small 13 gallon freshwater tank, then to a 50 gallon marine tank. Now I'm slowly learning about this hobby through tons of research and trial and error. Now I'm growing corals so fast that I want a bigger tank. I joined in the dilemma of fish lovers everywhere!

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