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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: Oceanic Reef Ready Bowfront aquarium with sunpaq retrofit lighting. Coralife Skimmer. Over-the-back and Canister Filters.
Advice: Be Patient and do not cut short when buying equipment. Make sure you have plenty of filtration and live rock. Making your own rock at home saves a lot of money and aggravation in trying to keep algae down. I have also had more luck keeping my temp. at around 82 degrees F. My corals get larger and also multiply much faster at this temperature.
Fish Kept: 1 Ocellaris Clown 1 Yellow Tang 1 Engineering Goby 1 Yellowhead (Pearly) Jawfish 1 Tiger Striped Serpent Star 1 Rose Urchin 1 Rock Clam Many Cerith, Nassarius, Astrea, and Turbo Snails Many Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs
Corals/Plants: Lots of Mushrooms... (Hairy, Lavender, Metallic Purple, Red and Green, and Bubbles), Ricordia, Mushroom Anemones, Colt Coral, 4 Tree corals, Large Feather Dusters, Green Star Polyps, Purple, Red, Green and Orange Zoos.Large Green Brain. Lots of White Pulsing Xenia. orange Ball Sponge.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Sometimes you have to cross the valleys to reach the top of the mountain

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