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50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Reef Tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 50 Gallon Clear-For-Life Acrylic Uniaquarium, With Built In Corner Overflow And Wet/Dry Trickle Filter, Red Sea Deluxe Protein Skimmer, CPR Bak-Pak Protein Skimmer, Mag 3 Return Pump, 1/10HP Current-USA Chiller with Mag 5 Return Pump. Hydor Koralia 2 Powerhead, 7 Watt JBJ UV Sterilizer, Current-USA Outer Orbit Lighting System With 150 Watt 14k Phoenix Bulb.
Advice: READ AND RESEARCH..
Fish Kept: Flame Angel Fish, False Ocellaris Clown, Watchman Goby, Royal Gramma, Hermit Crabs, Snails, Serpent Star Fish.
Corals/Plants: Live Rock, Assorted Mushrooms, Acros, Assorted Button polyps, Assorted Zoanithid Mushroom, Green Star Polyp, Cabbage Leather Coral,Toadstool coral, Kenya Tree Coral, Bubble Coral, Hammer Coral, Frogspawn, Open Brain Coral, Plate Coral, Candy Coral, Xenias,
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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