Photo #1 - 75 Gallon Saltwater Reef Tank

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75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75 gallon saltwater reef tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon bow front tank with a 20 gallon sump 80 lbs live rock 50 lbs live sand
Advice: dont rush into it take your time
Fish Kept: 1x yellow tang 1x flame angelfish 2x clowns 1x mandarin drangon goby 1x diamond goby 1x sand sifting starfish 1x sea serpant starfish 25x snails 10x blue leg hermits 1x clam 7x peppermint shrimp
Corals/Plants: 2 small colonies of yellow sun coral 1 small colony of black sun coral 1 medium colony of black sun coral 2x small button polyp colonies torch coral frog spawn candy cane coral Hammer coral neon green zoathind colony 5 different color zoathind colonies Red Goniopora coral duncan coral 2x Ricordea mushroom blue mushroom colony red mushrooms in a few different places green watermelon mushroom Pipe Organ Coral cup coral kenya tree coral start polyps Pink acans Green blastos Solar esclips zoanthids Lettuce coral
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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