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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 44g pentagon corner tank. Fluval canister filter (202), hang-on bak-pak protein skimmer, 2 24w T5's and 2 18w T5's lighting. LED moonlighting and #2 powerhead. Marineland heater ffor 55g tank.
Advice: Gather as much information as you can. There is a lot to learn. Don't be afraid to try things that some say won't work. Everyone has different opinions and experiences, develop your own!
Fish Kept: 2 onyx clownfish, 2 flame angels, carpenter flasher wrasse, yellow candy hogfish, kupang damsel, diamond watchman goby, 2 bubble tip anenomes, emerald crab, cleaner shrimp, banded coral shrimp, 3 conches, multiple snails and hermits.
Corals/Plants: Mixed zoanthids, various frogs spawn, neon candy, kryptonite candy, goniopora, various brains, leather finger, various torches, various star polyps, various shrooms, bubbles.
Tank Size: 44 gallons

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great job with the tank. i have a 44 hex to need to upgrade my lighting. what brand t5's are you using and how are you fitting all those lights on top? it does seem like theres enough room for all that. thanks keep up the good work fish avatar

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