Photo #1 - My First Tank Ever, Fallowed Everything I'v...

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Photo Caption: My first tank ever, fallowed everything I've read, build my own sump, and so far everything is healthy as can be!
30 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My first tank ever, fallowed everything I've read, build my own sump, and so far everything is healthy as can be!
corals inverts - lobophytum sp. - devil's hand leather coral stocking in 30 gallons tank - Showing off my nice Leather coral

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon tank 36"x12"x17", Marineland 100g in-sump skimmer, overflow box going to custom aquarium sump, Marineland Maxijet submersible pump1100 max 300GPH. 3 koralia powerheads. Nova Extreme T5 Fixture 36"x7.25"x2.5" 3 luner lights 200watts...just enough needed to grow corals. If you have any information on ideas for me or better lighting ect. please contact me, you guys that have yours together know how much fun this hobby is and i love to talk about it and learn from others. thanks.
Advice: Read, Read, Read, and ask questions. Learn your hobby, you can never know it all.
Fish Kept: 2-percula clowns, 1-Yellowtail Damsel, 2- Cardinals, 1- Three Striped Damsel
Corals/Plants: 2-Feather Dusters, small polyps, small mushrooms,2-leather corals. not that much yet.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: We're all in the same game; just different levels. Dealing with the same hell; just different devils.
About Yourself: I'm Brandon, I love saltwater aquariums.

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