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corals inverts - actinodiscus sp. - red mushroom stocking in 150 gallons tank - one of my very red mushrooms
150 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 5x2x2. main tank.sump 3x2x1,with mineral mud.lighting2x150watt metal halides2 blue actinics.reef rack.3 power heads in main tank,uvlight.105kg live cured rock

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 5x2x2. main tank.sump 3x2x1,with mineral mud.lighting2x150watt metal halides2 blue actinics.reef rack.3 power heads in main tank,uvlight.105kg live cured rock
Advice: keeping marines are much easier now,and is very rewarding.please try for expert advice
Fish Kept: 3 yellow tangs,1 pair clown fish,pajama wrasse,1 royal garama,2 jaw fish,1 goby,2 fire shrimps.blue knuckle crab.
Corals/Plants: star poyps,xenia (blue,wild,common) 3 toadstool ,2 large torch corals,branching anchor,branching frogspawn, 3 red bush corals,2 acroporas, 3 montipora plates, trumpets 2 large, 1large galaxea, button polyps different types,3 sea rods, 1 large maxima clam, 2 devil finger, 3 large open brains. and count less more
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: If at first you dont sucseed try, try again
About Yourself: I got in to the hobby by "jasons aquatics" they are our local experts. their goods are fantastic quality second to none.

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