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Photo Caption: This is where I stand it has been a little over 2 months.
29 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - This is where I stand it has been a little over 2 months.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Canister filter, regular light, air pump.
Advice: Go as big as you can afford, ask questions, and research
Fish Kept: Blue Devil Damsel, Yellow Damsel, 3 snails, 5 scarlet crabs.
Corals/Plants: 20 lbs live rock.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: ...
About Yourself: My brother got me into this hobby.

COMMENTS

umm .. nice tank keep workin an super grunt is right my tank after 3 moths is filled with algea fish avatar
For your LR you need to add a product called Purple-Up this will help promote the algae grow plus you need to get a saltwater light this will also help the growth of algae in your tank (20 watt saltwater light or one that is a 50/50 light) both of these light bulbs cost around $20 each. Because after 2 months you should have algae growth on your LR already. fish avatar

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