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55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My Reef Tank

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Country: Australia
Description: my setup: Tank: Jebo R3100 Filter System: 2000L/h Trickle filter Filter Media: Live Rock, Ceramic Tubes and Low Micron Filter Matting. Water Flow: 2000L/h Aqua One 104 Maxi Power head. Lighting: 3 Compact fluros 2 regular, 1 actinic.
Advice: Set A Budget. Then don't be disappointed when you break it.
Fish Kept: 3 Chromis 2 Humbug Damsels 1 Valentini Toby Puffer 1 Electric Blue Damsel 1 Foxface 1 Sand Sifting Goby 1 Reindeer Wrasse 2 occelaris clowns 1 Sand Starfish
Corals/Plants: i have around 100 Coralimorphs, everything from Fluffys, to Purples and Blues, Reds, Greens, and Elephant Ears. I also have some Hammer Head Corals, a Large Cushion, a Goniopora, Cataphylia, Open Brain Coral, Pulsing Xenia and Daisy Coral.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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Wow Aquamatt, what a beautiful fish display! You must either be single or have a gorgeous girlfriend who lets you play 'fishtank' every weekend =P fish avatar

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