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75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 6 Mos

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State: Nevada
Country: United States
Description: 75g FOWLR Dualsided Barebottom100lbs Live Rock1x Fluval F6/62x Unicliffe 3400gph1x Tunze 1600gph1x 300w Mars Aquamax LED1x 35w Fluval Aquasky LED2x cleaner shrimp2x blood shrimp30+ mixed hermsMixed stars1x sub adult Niger1x Juvenile Yellow Tang1x Juvenile Sailfin1x Sunset Anthias1x Pygme Angel Caribbean1x Bicolored Angel1x Adult Blue eyed Kole Tang1x Neo dotty
Advice: Go slow and do lots of research on everything before buying anything. Find an older hobbyiest you trust for advisement.
Fish Kept: 1x sub adult Niger 1x Juvenile Yellow Tang 1x Juvenile Sailfin 1x Sunset Anthias 1x Pygme Angel Caribbean 1x Bicolored Angel 1x Adult Blue eyed Kole Tang 1x Neo dotty
Corals/Plants: NA
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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