Photo #10 - After The Tragic, Near Complete Wipe Out Of My R...

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Photo Caption: After the tragic, near complete wipe out of my reef tank due to the last heat wave, I decided to populate my recovering reef with small fishes.
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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon reef tank with 1 queen angelfish. Lots of live rock with leather and mushroom anemones. 2 power heads and one protien skimmer.
Advice: none.
Fish Kept: Yellow tang, six-line wrasse, midnight clown, blue damsel
Corals/Plants: leather coral, mushroom anemones,star
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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