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Photo Caption: My second tank Fresh water 75 gallon,2 Fluval AquaClear Power Filter for 70 to 110 gallons 500 gph each, Green Killing Machine Internal UV Sterilizer, fluval planted LED, moon light Current LED, 1 Fluval Q2 Air Pump, live plants live rock and wood I have 7 tiger bars,1 red tailed shark, 1 rainbow shark, 1Pangasius Catfish, 1 bala shark, 1 black ghost knife, 2 Plecostomus I use co2 booster for the plants and plant food, food for the fish, I use frozen food or live worms and flakes. Day lights on about 10 hrs a day moon light for 4 hr and total darknes for 7.
56 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My tank
56 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My second tank Fresh water 75 gallon,2 Fluval AquaClear Power Filter for 70 to 110 gallons 500 gph each, Green Killing Machine Internal UV Sterilizer, fluval planted LED, moon light Current LED, 1 Fluval Q2 Air Pump, live plants live rock and wood I have 7 tiger bars,1 red tailed shark, 1 rainbow shark, 1Pangasius Catfish, 1 bala shark, 1 black ghost knife, 2 Plecostomus I use co2 booster for the plants and plant food, food for the fish, I use frozen food or live worms and flakes. Day lights on about 10 hrs a day moon light for 4 hr and total darknes for 7.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: Salt water New tank 56g saltwater, fluval LED coral lighting, current LED moon light, 2 sirculation pump 500 each, Skimmer, 2 fluval canister filter 100g 383 gph each, Green Killing Machine Internal UV Sterilizer, live sand, live rock, 2 clownfish 1 sand sifting starfish CORALS & INVERTEBRATES
Advice: There's not over filtration, patients do not go crazy
Corals/Plants: Candy cane Kenia tree Anemone Red mushroom Xenia
Tank Size: 56 gallons

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