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Country: Canada
Description: 48" x 24" x 18" 30g sump - 200 watt Ebo jaggers 1 - Fluval FX5 3 powerheads - 36" x 2 96w Power compac flouresent, 2 x 150x MH 4 x 3w LED Lunars, Argonite substrate, 130 lbs of live rock
Advice: Research before you jump into anything and go slow
Fish Kept: Regal tang, Clown fish, Fox face, Copperband butterfly, 6 Line wrasse, Flame angel, Bicolor angel, Coral beauty, 2 Scooter blenny 3 Cleaner shrimp, Coral banded shrimp, Fire shrimp, likia star, Red star, 2 short spine urchins,
Corals/Plants: Green Star polyop, Green bubble coral, Sun coral, Red chilli, Elephant ear, Kenya tourch, Red open brain, Gonipoura, Hammer coral (green & pink), Xenia (not the pulse type), Maze brain, Tree sponge,
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Dont hate the playa hate the game
About Yourself: Got into the hobby about 12 yrs ago. Started with guppies ect. then move into Cichlids. Hope to get into saltwater one day.

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