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Photo Caption: YELLOW TANG
saltwater fish - zebrasoma flavescens - yellow tang - hawaii stocking in 55 gallons tank - YELLOW TANG

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 55 GALLON - SALTWATER TANK 260W CORALITE LIGHTING SEACLONE PROTEIN SKIMMER 1 KORALIA AND 3 MAXI-JET POWERHEADS XP2 RENA FILSTAR CANISTER FILTER MAGNUM 350 CANISTER FILTER 2 AIRLINK COOLING FANS
Advice: GET THE BIGGEST TANK YOU CAN AFFORD AND FIT IN YOUR HOME, THE BIGGER THE EASIER TO MAINTAIN.
Fish Kept: RED REEF STARFISH 2 FIJI DEVIL DAMSEL 2 THREE STRIPE DAMSEL 1 SERGEANT MAJOR DAMSEL 1 YELLOW TANG 2 OCELLARIS CLOWNFISH BLUE LEG HERMIT CRABS MAGARITA SNAILS NASSARIUS SNAILS RED LEG HERMIT CRABS TURBO SNAILS SCARLET REEF HERMIT CRABS PURPLE PORCELAIN CRAB
Corals/Plants: NOTHIN YET, TANK IS STILL FAIRLY NEW
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG I LOVE FISHKEEPING, HOPE TO GET A 125 GALLON SET UP ONE DAY, WILL HAVE SOME CORALS AND THINGS SOON.

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