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Photo Caption: This is my tank. 47 Gallon Pentagon. 70 lbs of Live rock, aquacultured. 50lbs crushed coral substrate. Several various marine-bred and aquacultured corals. 134 Watts of Compact lighting. Penguin Bio Filter, Wet/dry, Protein skimmer, 2 powerheads on wave device. -Growing for approx 3 years.
47 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - This is my tank. 47 Gallon Pentagon. 70 lbs of Live rock, aquacultured. 50lbs crushed coral substrate. Several various marine-bred and aquacultured corals. 134 Watts of Compact lighting. Penguin Bio Filter, Wet/dry, Protein skimmer, 2 powerheads on wave device. -Growing for approx 3 years.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 47 Gallon Pentagon. 70 lbs of Live rock, aquacultured. 50lbs crushed coral substrate. Several various marine-bred and aquacultured corals. 134 Watts of Compact lighting. Penguin Bio Filter, Wet/dry, Protein skimmer, 2 powerheads on wave device.
Advice: Keep it simple. do not overfeed, and change your water frequently! Secondly, waterflow and lighting are important!
Fish Kept: Too many.. Mostly freshwater.
Corals/Plants: A lot. I'll get back to this.
Tank Size: 47 gallons
Quote: Why can't this be my job?
About Yourself: Always have been around aquariums. Bred guppies and collected creatures in the saltwater flats here with my family growing up. Later, enjoyed African Cichlids. Once I found out that you can have a reef tank that does not involve the destruction of our beautiful real coral reefs, I jumped right in! (Pun intended)

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