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37 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Just my 37 Gallon, im new at this folks..!! A poor mans setup.... :(

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 37 Gallon, 50 lbs Fiji Liverock, Coral Life 140 Watt 10,000k White 10,000k Actinic, VisiJet Protein Skimmer,
Advice: feed your Soft corals by hand daily using SALLY Jo's Feeding technique...!! It made my coral grow 5 times faster!!
Fish Kept: 2 Mated Clowns, Angel Beauty, 2 Damsels, Lawnmower Blenny, Snails, Hermits,
Corals/Plants: Pink Star Polyps, Yellow Star Polyps, Ultra Rare Green Zoos, SPS Corals, Ricordia, Mushrooms
Tank Size: 37 gallons
Quote: Toma Buey!
About Yourself: My twin got me into this

COMMENTS

Your tank is looking great, not to worry :) fish avatar
Nice set up you have.... fish avatar
chin up it looks great!!!!!!!!! fish avatar
Yeah that would be great. Thanks for asking. fish avatar
Great looking tank! whats next for it? fish avatar

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