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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: DEEP SEA - i hav 2 antic bulbs, a skilter 250, emporor 400, a decorative halagen, and a maxijet 1200 gph powerhead-Reef Tank - i have 2 coralife 10,000 k bulbs and 2 blue anitic bulbs, hot magnum, 2 powerheads, and a skilter 250 protien skimmer
Advice: Do things the right way, especialy the first time.
Fish Kept: Deep Sea - 2 silvertipped catfish, 2 damsels, and 1 very lg hermit crab- Reef Tank - i have a reef tank with a little bit of lr, 6 blue chromis, 1 damsels, 2 bar gobies, 2 cleaner shrimp, 2 peppermint shrimp and an assortment of crabs and snails
Corals/Plants: dont know spiecies, but there growing fast in both tanks
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: what the duece - stewie griffin
About Yourself: running a fishtank started like a war for me, a buddy of mine started a freshtank and made me jellous. i bought a 55 and learned all i could bout freshwater. After bout a year of freshwater, my buddy got a idea of saltwater, once again i got jellous. so i started salt and have been learning alot since

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