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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 46 Gallon Bow front, 2 Power heads, Fluval Filter system. 100 lbs. of Live Rock and 60+ lbs. Live Sand.
Advice: Its tough starting out , but once you get the hang of things you learn to enjoy it more and more.
Fish Kept: (2) Ocellaris Clowns, Blue Hippo Tang, Neon Dottyback, Pink Spotted Shoulder Goby, Yellow Tang and sailfin Tang. Colored sea slug. Lots of Blue and Red Hermit Crabs and Snails.
Corals/Plants: Green Metallic Star Polyps, Hairy Shrooms, Bullseye Shrooms, Red and Green Shrooms, Lavender Shrooms, Green Ricordea, Green Fluorescent Shrooms, Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral, Colt Coral, Blue and Brown Candy Cane Coral, Kenya Tree Coral, Sea pen coral, beown and green Zoos, Orange Zoos and a lot more.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: "Two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl." Floyd
About Yourself: I started my first tank a little over a year ago. I've had my 46 Gal. for about a year.

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