Photo #1 - My 29 Gallon Biocube With Ecotech Radion Lighting

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Photo Caption: My 29 Gallon Biocube with Ecotech Radion lighting
40 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 29 Gallon Biocube with Ecotech Radion lighting
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 40 Gallon Planted tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 40 gallon standard long tank with a hang on the back filter and a florescent bulbs light fixture. 29 Gallon Biocube with radion lights and a protein skimmer, and uv sterilizer .
Advice: Stay committed and love what you do.
Fish Kept: Convict, Blood Parrot, German Blue Ram, Clown Loach, Lohachata Botia Loach, Rainbow Shark, Boesemani Rainbow, Praecox Rainbow, Sailfin Pleco (L-83), Kribensis Cichlid clown fish and cadinal fish
Corals/Plants: mix of java fern to Anubis to amazon swords and lugwidia many corals torches,hammers,zoas,mushrooms, toadstool, acro, motipora, brain, favia, acans
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: Been in the fish keeping since a kid but started planted tanks 8 months ago and i also do reef aquariums that i also enjoy with a passion.

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