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34 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Full Tank View More to come

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank 4"x2"x2" wave front marine tank Filters aqua one 1000lh canister filter for mechanical / biological fluval 205 filled with filter floss and carbon/poly filter for chemical 50kg of Fiji live rock from four different established tanks + Carib sea live sand Venturi 600 skimmer + ozone injection 1 seio m820 power head Lighting Two 10,000k flo's Two Marine blues
Advice: Biological filtration- BIGGER is BETTER oversize your filters patience. everything will clear up once the tank is established and the key to success is water changes
Fish Kept: 1 x Yellow Tang, pair of Maroon Clowns, Two yellow tail Damsels 10 x red leg hermits and a star fish
Corals/Plants: 1 x Galaexa + colony of 12 pink zoos
Tank Size: 34 gallons
Quote: Knowledge is the Key
About Yourself: This is my first marine tank its 2 months old had no problems/deaths to date i used second hand live rock to boost cycle along with Carib sea live sand all readings are 0 with a trace of phosphate

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hello there my name is simon i have a ferley new tank and just wondered if you can help me as i can see from picture you no What you're doing nice tank i have red and brown stuff groing on my sand and rokf did you have this and do i need to do any thing thanks hope you can help once agen loveley tank fish avatar

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