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Photo Caption: My 55 gallon mostly local tank, 2 black fish (tautog), 1 killie, 3 striped damsels, 3 domino damsels, 4 sand dollars
fish tank picture - Starting a good algae growth on skull
55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My 55 gallon mostly local tank, 2 black fish (tautog), 1 killie, 3 striped damsels, 3 domino damsels, 4 sand dollars

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: My 55 gallon mostly local tank. With local rocks, sand, shells, store bought bleached oyster clusters, skull and plant. 1 canister filter with power head, 2 hanging filters to keep surface water moving, and 1 protein skimmer
Advice: Your tank is something you should take great pride in and if you keep up with it, it will bring you years of enjoyment
Fish Kept: 2 black fish (tautog), 1 niger trigger, 1 killie, 3 striped damsels, 3 domino damsels,4 sand dollars, and a few rock crabs that are well hidden I don't know how many I have because the blackfish keep eating them
Corals/Plants: Local rocks, oyster clusters, skull
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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