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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 56 Gallons, 30 length x 24 high x 18 width, Marineland Magnum 350 PRO Filter System, Fission Power Skimmer, 9 Watt AquaMedic Compact UV Sterilizer, 1/10HP In-Line Chiller, 3 x 295 gph Maxi-Jet Water Pumps, 60 Whisper Air Pump, 305 Watt Light Fixture (1 x 175W DE HQI, 2 x 65W Compact Fluorescent, 4 x Dual Bluemoon LED), 15 Gallon Wet/Dry Filter
Advice: TAKE OUT THE DAMSELS!!!!!!!
Fish Kept: Coral Beauty Angelfish, Black Saddle Back Clownfish, Yellow Wrasse, 6 Green Reef Chromis, One Spot Foxface, 2 Firefish, Porcupine Puffer, Copperband Butterflyfish, 2 Worm Gobies, 2 Kaudern's Cardinals, Yellow Tang, Naso Tang, Sailfin Tang, Unknown Damsel
Corals/Plants: Fox, Pearl Bubble, Brown Button Polyp, Green Button Polyp, Yellow Polyps, Brown Tree Polyp, Starburst Polyp, Red Mushroom, Blue Mushroom, Green Mushroom, Brown Leather Toadstool Mushroom, Yellow Leather, Cauliflower Colt, Frogspawn, Yellow Flower Pot Coral (I think), Rusty Gorgonian, Purple Brush Gorgonian, Short Tentacle Plate Coral, 2 Brain Corals, Blue Maxima Clam, Gold Maxima Clam (If I've made any mistakes on the names please correct me)
Tank Size: 56 gallons

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