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corals inverts - sarcophyton sp. - long polyp leather stocking in 72 gallons tank - the leather

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 72 gallon bowfront tank updating lighting next week to 800 watts of power compacts, euroreaf es5-3 protein skimmer, 20 gallon sump, uv sterilizer
Advice: VERY BEAUTIFUL AND FUN TO DO BUT ALSO VERY VERY COSTLY SO BE PREPARED TO LOOSE ALOT OF MONEY TO GAIN A BEAUTIFUL TANK
Fish Kept: few mixed damsels. mated pair of dragonets, yellow eye tang, singapore angel, bio color angel, diamond back goby, clark and saddleback clowns, serpent star, sand sifter star and regular star fish and of course hermit crabs and snails
Corals/Plants: 15 inch leather, sun polyps, green and brown polyps, 2 gorganias, 2 mushroom rocks, 2 large colts 1 small colt (which was all once 1 colt), small bacth of xenia and some weird stuff growing on the rocks
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: POWER OUTAGES SUCK

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