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Photo Caption: Planted tank-12 gallon Description- 13w compact fluorescent, co2, fluorite black. Plants-Cabomba, water sprite, micro sword, red lotus, Hygrophila, aponogeton ulvaceus, Cryptocoryne wendtii red and green. fish- German blue/gold rams, clouds gold and black, cherry shrimp.
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150 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted tank-12 gallon Description- 13w compact fluorescent, co2, fluorite black. Plants-Cabomba, water sprite, micro sword, red lotus, Hygrophila, aponogeton ulvaceus, Cryptocoryne wendtii red and green. fish- German blue/gold rams, clouds gold and black, cherry shrimp.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 150 gallon reef tank, x12 65w power compact, Ecosystem sump.
Advice: Find a reliable fish store, and create a good tank mantinance list. Don't have your hands in the water every five seconds!
Fish Kept: blue tang,yellow tang,lavender tang, flame angel, tiger jawfish, hector's goby, pinkspot watchman goby, sixline wrasse, pair of saddleback black clownfish, pair of ocellaris clownfish, koran anglefish.
Corals/Plants: multiple LPS and soft corals.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: "Tempo Simplex".
About Yourself: This tank has been up and running for 8 years.

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