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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 20 gallon long. All corals grown out from frags (95% free ones). Live rock reactivated from old dry live rock. Lighting: 65W Power Compact Actinic 65W 50/50 Power Compact Lights are on for between 5-7 hours a day, depending on algae at the time. Filtration: Live Rock and water changes. No mechanical filter at all!! 2 powerheads for water movement, and a heater.
Advice: Read up, don't trust your local fish store unless they have a very impressive display tank.
Fish Kept: 1- tank raised percula 1- yellow watchman goby 1- royal gramma
Corals/Plants: assorted mushrooms, star polyps, zoos, gorgonians, montipora, colt
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: A clownfish? tell us a joke!
About Yourself: Started in the hobby when my dad bought me a tank at 7. Since worked several years at Petco, did professional tank maintenance, and a breif stint with my own fish store.

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