Photo #4 - (9/16/07) I Am Working On A 30 Gal Bow Front Reef...

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Photo Caption: (9/16/07) I am working on a 30 gal bow front reef tank with Fiji and Tonga live rock and Fiji live sand. it has a refugium, four power heads, heater, coralife T5 lighting, two Ocellaris Clownfish, one Blood Red Fire Shrimp, two Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, one Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab, one Electric Blue Hermit Crab, cleaner crew, a hammer coral and many more coral to come!
fish tank picture - 30 GAL REEF
30 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - (11/23/07) 30 Gallon Bow Front Reef Tank
fish tank picture - (10/14/07) 30 Gallon Bow Front Reef Tank
fish tank picture - (9/16/07) I am working on a 30 gal bow front reef tank with Fiji and Tonga live rock and Fiji live sand. it has a refugium, four power heads, heater, coralife T5 lighting, two Ocellaris Clownfish, one Blood Red Fire Shrimp, two Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp, one Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab, one Electric Blue Hermit Crab, cleaner crew, a hammer coral and many more coral to come!

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 30 gal bow front reef tank with Fiji LR, Tonga branch LR, and Fiji LS, Odyssea Pro Pack Protein Skimmer, 2 Koralia Nano power head, Marine Land Heater, Coralife two T5 14w Daylight Bulbs, two Corallife Actinic Bulbs
Advice: its a lot of money but well worth it!
Fish Kept: Maroon Clown Fish, Fairy Wrasse, Yellow Coris Wrasse, Orange Spotted Gobie, two Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimps, Peppermint Shrimp, Sally Lightfoot Crab, Red Crab, and a Cleaner Crew.
Corals/Plants: Purple Wall Hammer, Purple Tip Frogspawn, Australian Duncan's, Palau Super Electric Softy, Blue Zoos, Green Mushroom
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: what it do!?

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