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28 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My reef tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 98 litre nano tank. 2 x 20w T8 white/actinic, 1 x 55w PC 50/50, v2400 skimmer, 16kg live rock, 2 x Koralia nano and 1 x Koralia 1 powerhead, mini fuge with cheato lit 24/7 by 10w LED
Advice: Lots and lots of reading and research
Fish Kept: Royal Gramma Pair of true percs Coral Banded Shrimp Various Snails
Corals/Plants: Euphyllia glabrescens (x1) (Torch Coral) Eyphyllia parancora (x1) (Branching Hammer) Duncanopsammia (x1) (Duncan) Acanthastrea (Lordhowensis sp.)(x2) (Acan) Favia(x2) (Brains) Turbinaria reniformis(x1) (Turbinaria) Sarcophyton(x1) (Toadstool) Rhodactis(x3) (Furry Mushroom) Parazoanthus gracilis (Yellow Polyps) Various Corallimorpharians (Mushrooms) Various Zoanthids (Zoas) Tubipora musica (Oragn Pipe) Pachyclavularia sp (Green Star Polyps)
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: Haven't got one

COMMENTS

Lovely nano,proper amount of fish for the space,looks great! fish avatar

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