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Photo Caption: 1 regal tang, 1 yellow tang, 1foxface, 1coral beauty, 1 lionfish, 3 engineer goby, 1 emerald crab, 1 sally lightfoot, 6 hermit crabs, 1 feather duster, 2 leathers, 1 greentip hammercoral, and 1group of polyps
corals inverts - sabellastarte sp. - feather duster stocking in 65 gallons tank - 1 regal tang, 1 yellow tang, 1foxface, 1coral beauty, 1 lionfish, 3 engineer goby, 1 emerald crab, 1 sally lightfoot, 6 hermit crabs, 1 feather duster, 2 leathers, 1 greentip hammercoral, and 1group of polyps
corals inverts - lysmata amboinensis - scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp stocking in 65 gallons tank - cleaner shrimp

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State: Kansas
Country: United States
Description: 65 gallon oceanic tank with a megaflow sump and filter. Lighting im using a dual satellite 3ft 96watt 2 lamp
Advice: water changes, water changes, water changes
Fish Kept: 1 regal tang, 1 yellow tang, 1foxface, 1coral beauty, 1 lionfish, 3 engineer goby, 1 emerald crab, 1 sally lightfoot, 6 hermit crabs, 1 feather duster
Corals/Plants: 2 leathers, 1 greentip hammercoral, and 1group of polyps
Tank Size: 65 gallons

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