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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 65 Gallon 36'x18'; Two 250w MH with HOB Refugium incl. protein skimmer and one Hydor Koralia #2 for flow
Advice: READ...lack of commitment is no excuse for failure, YOU ARE your tanks inhabitants only means survival. The decision to start a tank of ANY kind should be carefully thought out AND THEN executed like a military endeavor. The hobby is something of great wonder and supreme pleasure for me. If you are totally dedicated to your tank you will in return receive many years of joy and satisfaction, not to mention the admiration of your friends :0)
Fish Kept: 3 Blue/Green Chromies; 2 TR Percula Clowns; 1 Neon Goby; 1 Diamond Goby; 1 Six Line Wrasse; 1 Royal Gramma
Corals/Plants: Frogspawn, Green Palyothoa, Green Zooanthids, Open Brain, Auqacultered Torch, Hatian Anemone (Condylactis), Blue and Orange Ricordea Florida, Green Ricordea Yuma (Hairy Mushroom), Silver Tipped Xenia Elongata, two types of Green Star Polyp, One of an Unknown type of Bullseye Rhodactis
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Who is John Galt? (If you want to know Google it...it just may change the way you think...for the better)
About Yourself: I had always wanted to have a saltwater tank and I am very lucky that my close friend has been in the industry for about 10 years so I had alot of help getting things set up as well as countless guidence along the way. As for the personal stuff I am a 27 year old Insurance Professional. I live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and I consider myself an Objectivist as well as a Capitalist. My favorite band is Van Halen and I am currently working with my very good friend on starting an Insurance Company. Check me out on MySpace, screen name Moose5150jb if you want to know more!

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