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Country: Canada
Description: simple hagen 48 inch.two aqua300.one jebo250skimmer(modified)plusone reta canister model xp3. lights are custom.. 10 times 40 watts plus an extra 15 watt blacklight. alsothere are two 300 watt halogen,but i have gone to the stainglass store in order to change the spectrum. work fine. never had problems. no heater, and never tested, all done by eye and carefully watching life grow.change one gallon a day an extra five percent on sundays keeps the water nice and crisp. nothing beats a polished reef.
Advice: take everything with a grain of salt..
Fish Kept: two yellow tangs.a black with gray strips marron clown.eight damsels (of three different species.about12 hermit crabs. one porcelin crab.one decorator crab (stow away, catch him if i could )and one purple lobster.and one giant clam (growing very nice without metal haloid. )
Corals/Plants: you quess, because i dont know all the names. i just love how they look
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: remember the edmunds fitzgerald
About Yourself: saw my parents tank and said to myself..thats for me. never looked back.

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