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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 75- CPR wet/dry filter, berlin turbo skimmer powered by a rio 1700 pump, 2 maxi-jet 1200 powerheads, about 80 lbs live rock so far just to get it started, 50 lbs silica sand, for lighting i use dual power compact fluorescent ballasts by red sea, return pump is an aquaclear 802 pump
Advice: take time on this hobby, patience is an absolute necessity. any questions about any kind of fish or reptiles, just ask and i'll be glad to help!
Fish Kept: pair of ocellaris clowns, juvenile yellow tang, 2 striped damsel, a lawnmower blenny, and a baby red volitans lionfish(currently in quarantine)
Corals/Plants: few red mushrooms here and there, some red ogo, and 2 kenya trees
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: im only 17 but i've been into fish my entire life and a few years ago i decided i'd try my hand at saltwater, which is when my 10 gallon came around. i upgraded VERY slowly to the 29 that i have today so nothing would get so stressed, i am now working on a 75 gallon holding tank for the incomming 180 gallon that will be a reef paradise.

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