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Photo Caption: 36 gallon corner bowfront:canister filter;powersweep powerhead;87 watt power compacts;2-20 watt flourescents;and no skimmer........about 75 lbs. of live rock...corals include 7 different colors of mushrooms including two different colors of elephant ears,5 colors of ricordia,27 different colored colonies of zoo's,1 sarcophyton,2 hammerheads,1 fogspawn,1 blostemus merlotti,yellow polyps,star polyps, 10 inch slipper, derasa clam,assorted snails and crabs,black clown,2 damsels, it's about 5 months old
reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 36 gallon corner bowfront:canister filter;powersweep powerhead;87 watt power compacts;2-20 watt flourescents;and no skimmer........about 75 lbs. of live rock...corals include 7 different colors of mushrooms including two different colors of elephant ears,5 colors of ricordia,27 different colored colonies of zoo's,1 sarcophyton,2 hammerheads,1 fogspawn,1 blostemus merlotti,yellow polyps,star polyps, 10 inch slipper, derasa clam,assorted snails and crabs,black clown,2 damsels, it's about 5 months old

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 36 gallon corner bowfront:canister filter;powersweep powerhead;87 watt power compacts;2-20 watt flourescents;and no skimmer........about 75 lbs. of live rock...corals include 7 different colors of mushrooms including two different colors of elephant ears,5 colors of ricordia,27 different colored colonies of zoo's,1 sarcophyton,2 hammerheads,1 fogspawn,1 blostemus merlotti,yellow polyps,star polyps, 10 inch slipper, derasa clam,assorted snails and crabs,black clown,2 damsels, it's about 5 months old

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