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State: Mississippi
Country: United States
Description: tank is 40 gallon breeder (45 gallons) custom stand, fluval canister filter, red sea hang on protien skimmer, koralia wave maker, 150 watt heater, current t5 quad bulb fixture, bulbs; 460nm, 12k, 420nm, actinic white,
Advice: patience is key, and money, that helps also!
Fish Kept: Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Tomato Clownfish, Coral Beauty Angelfish, Royal Gramma Basslet
Corals/Plants: soft: hot pink ricordea yuma, green flourecent mushrooms, lavender mushrooms, muticolored mushrooms, colt coral, lots of green star polyps, xenia, clove polyps, several diferent colonies of zoanthids, protopalythoa, lps: two colonies of duncans (several heads on each), pearl bubble, branching hammer, torch, pagoda, frogspawn, green lobed brain, multicolored lobophylia non-photosynthetic: dendrophylia aka: large polyp sun coral inverts: cleaner shrimp, peppermint shrimp, about fifty astrea turbo snails (very small, theyre always breeding and my shrimps help keep the population down), six nessarius snails,
Tank Size: 45 gallons

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