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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: I have a tropical freshwater tank that's 52 gallons and a 75 gallon reef tank. I have t5 lights on both tanks.
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Fish Kept: Freshwater: 1 redtail tinfoil barb, 1 albino cory catfish, 3 different mollies and lots of babies, 1 veil angel fish, 1 sword tail, 1 glo fish, 2 lampeyes, 2 cherry tetras, 2 leopard danios, 2 long finned gold danios, 1 pleco , 1 gold dojo and 1 male betta. Saltwater: 1 chocolate tang, 1 maroon clown, 2 true percula clowns, 1 lawnmower blenny, 1 yellow tailed damsel, 1 coral banded shrimp, 3 pajama cardinals. Many different types of snails and hermit crabs.
Corals/Plants: Freshwater: Mostly swords and wisteria plants. Reef: finger leather, many mushrooms, polyps, green bubble tipped anemone, 1 hawaiian feather duster. I have 100 lbs of live sand and 80 lbs of live rock in this tank.
Tank Size: 52 gallons
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How long has it been running, I had hair algae when my tank was first cycling for a few months, I started to pull it and it all died out as the tank cycled. fish avatar
Your tank is unhealthy... You have hair algae everywhere, check your nitrates dude. fish avatar

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