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Photo Caption: Midnight Black Clowns Blue Eyed Candy Cane Cardinals Emerald crabs Tank is 2 moths old, last fish to add will be a goby of some kind, new lights coming soon, then a few corals
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12 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Midnight Black Clowns Blue Eyed Candy Cane Cardinals Emerald crabs Tank is 2 moths old, last fish to add will be a goby of some kind, new lights coming soon, then a few corals
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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: New tank setup, just a few weeks old. Fish names are limited here... but they are midnight black clowns
Advice: Dont rush in
Fish Kept: Black and White Ocellaris Clownfish
Corals/Plants: None yet.
Tank Size: 12 gallons

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