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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 48long x 18high x13 deep (front to back). I have a magnum HOT canister filter, unknown brand light, but it is a 130watt power compact, Seaclone Skimmer, 50watt heater
Advice: Go online and learn how to make homemade liverock. It is very easy on the wallet and gives you a real sense of accomplishment seeing a reef built just the way you like it.
Fish Kept: Pair of O. Clowns, Pair of Clarkii Clowns, Pair of Blue Damsels, Engineer Goby, Neon Psuedo---INVERTS: Snails, Hermits, Long Tentacle Anemone, Arrow Crab, Emerald Crab, and a Longspine Urchin
Corals/Plants: Caulerpa
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Senior in highschool. Have a 55gal saltwater. and a 10gal cichlid tank.

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