Photo #1 - My 110l Octagonal Reef Tank Front

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Photo Caption: My 110L Octagonal Reef Tank Front
26 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 110L Octagonal Reef Tank Front
fish tank picture - My 110L Octagonal Reef Tank side

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Country: Australia
Description: A5 Dalbarb Octagonal Reef tank. 46 x46 x62cm. 24watt LED lighting. 20 litter sump, custom overflow 2200lph sump pump, 480 Lph skimmer. 100w heater
Advice: Start slow and let your tank establish itself. Cycle!
Fish Kept: 1 x Blue Tang, 2 x Ocelaris Clowns, I x Sand Goby, 1 x Coral Banded Shrimp,
Corals/Plants: 1 x Purple Blastomusa, 1 x Orange Blastomussa, 2 x Acans, 2 x Finger Leathers, 1 x Yellow Leather, 1 x Duncan, 1 x Goniopora, 1 x Carnation Coral, 3 x other.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: Dont be cheap if its somthing you need.

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