Photo #1 - 10 Gallon, Custom In Tank Filtration. 1 Orange S...

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Photo Caption: 10 gallon, custom in tank filtration. 1 Orange spot goby. 1 red leg hermit and 2 camel shrimp. Nobody ever comes out when i'm watching or taking pics.
29 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 10 gallon, custom in tank filtration. 1 Orange spot goby. 1 red leg hermit and 2 camel shrimp. Nobody ever comes out when i'm watching or taking pics.
29 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - First saltwater tank. 29 gallon

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon saltwater. white and black sand substrate with crushed shells mixed in. 127 gph eheim canister. 1 penguin biowheel. 169 gph powerhead. 10000k coralife daylight. coralife actinic 03 blue. 25 lbs live rock. 30 lbs base rock.
Advice: keep it simple!. Do research!
Fish Kept: 1 yellow watchman goby. 2 yellow tail damsels. 1 royal gramma. 14 blue leg crabs. 1 turbo snail. 1 cleaner shrimp. 1 camel shrimp. 1 boxing crab.
Corals/Plants: various mushrooms. 1 kenya tree coral. 1 feather duster. 1 condylactis anemone. woods polyps.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: put some sauce on it.
About Yourself: I am a 25 year old full time mechanic. Injoy seeing happy fish and I love music and cars. In 2001 I met someone who had a 72 gallon reef tank, and i was hooked.

COMMENTS

cool tank, that should be better rated!you should use some stuff called purple up for your rock, fish avatar

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