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Photo Caption: Full aquarium view - 06/17/2008 34 gallon 20x20x20 cube - Solana, made by Current-USA, 150watt metal halide lighting.
34 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Full aquarium view - 06/17/2008 34 gallon 20x20x20 cube - Solana, made by Current-USA, 150watt metal halide lighting.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Solana 20x20 cube, integral filtration system, 150watt Metal Halide Lighting, External Chiller and cannister pump
Advice: None
Fish Kept: Flame Angel, Onyx Clown, Tomato Clown, Diadem Dottyback, Algae Blennie, Neon Goby, Green Chromis, Rosetip Anenomes, Clam
Corals/Plants: Toadstool, Xenia, Flowerpot, Red Flowerpot, Branching Hammer, Frogspawn, Scolimeira, Polyp, Hairy Mushroom
Tank Size: 34 gallons
Quote: None
About Yourself: I used to have freshwater aquariums, but gave them up because three tanks larger than 50 gallons was too much work. I have always wanted a small reef aquarium. This one is really the perfect size for me, even though I would like one larger. I can keep up with this one.

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