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Photo Caption: 46 Gallon Bow Front, T5 HO Life Glo, T8 Marine Glo, 50 AC powerhead, 2 X 70 Gallon Aqua Clear 300s, Ebo Jagger heater. 2 percula clown, 1 peppermint shrimp, 1 Sebae anemone, sevral brittle starfish, 1 turbo snail, 4 blue legged crabs, 3 bumble bee snails, 4 cleaner snails and other snails.
46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 46 Gallon Bow Front, T5 HO Life Glo, T8 Marine Glo, 50 AC powerhead, 2 X 70 Gallon Aqua Clear 300s, Ebo Jagger heater. 2 percula clown, 1 peppermint shrimp, 1 Sebae anemone, sevral brittle starfish, 1 turbo snail, 4 blue legged crabs, 3 bumble bee snails, 4 cleaner snails and other snails.

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Country: Canada
Description: 46 Gallon Bow Front, T5 HO Life Glo, T8 Marine Glo, 50 AC powerhead, 2 X 70 Gallon Aqua Clear 300s, Ebo Jagger heater.
Advice: I am new to saltwater, but definitely be very patient, I learned the hard way.
Fish Kept: 2 false percula clowns, 1 peppermint shrimp, 1 Sebae anemone, sevral brittle starfish, 1 turbo snail, 4 blue legged crabs, 3 bumble bee snails, 4 cleaner snails and other snails.
Corals/Plants: About 35 lbs of live rock so far, 20 lbs of crushed coral, macro algea and a few very small soft corals
Tank Size: 46 gallons
About Yourself: Started my fish hobby about 6 years ago when I purchased a calico fantail goldfish, which I still have. Have had a cichlid tank in the past. I now have a 40 gallon cube tank with 5 huge fantail goldfish and 2 koi; my girlfriend's 10 gallon tropical tank with various tetras and platys, and of course my 46 gallon saltwater tank.

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