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State: Arkansas
Country: United States
Description: My tank is a 90 gallon macro algae tank w/ florescent lighting, two aquaclear hang on filters and two power heads.
Advice: BE PATIENT! MOST IMPORTANT! DO NOT OVER LOAD YOUR TANK TOO FAST!
Fish Kept: 1firefish, 1 purple firefish, 1 pink/blue spot gobie, 1 scooter blennie, 1 pair seahorses, (adding more pairs soon) 1 sand sifting starfish, 1 cleaner shrimp,3 feather dusters and a coral band shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Star polyps, button polyps, Feather Algae, Grape Algae, Spaghetti Algae, Turtle Grass,Red kelp or Red Grape,Red Gracilaria ,Scroll Algae, Iridescent Algae and a sponge algae we aren't sure about the name other than sponge and a Yellow Gorgonian.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: SimmaDownA
About Yourself: MY FAVORITE HOBBY! Anything from the ocean! I have a 125 gallon reef tank, a 90 gallon seahorse/macro algae tank and a 48 gallon tall mixed/ macro algae/mini reef tank in my office so I can enjoy them at work also! =) I must say I AM ADDICTED! And I LOVE IT!

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