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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Filter:2 whisper 20's Lighting:2 T5's Flow: Rio 150 Approx. 35 lbs of LR Approx. 2-3 inches of LS Heater: 10inch, 100 Watt submersible
Advice: Patience is key.
Fish Kept: Have kept a tiger goby, niger trigger, purple tang, picasso trigger, six line wrasse, melanurus wrasse, madarin goby, maroon clown & a leopard wrasse. Currently have a pair of percula clowns, a tomato clown, about 10 crabs and 5 snails & 3 peppermint shrimp. Recently added a canary/golden coris wrasse & powder blue tang
Corals/Plants: red algae plants, xenia's, leather toadstool. Had candy cane corals, torch corals, and frog spawn. Have fox corals, a brain coral, a variety of zoo/polyps, and a hairy mushroom
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: "stay golden, ponyboy"
About Yourself: I've always loved the ocean and everyhing in it, so i figured why not have my own. The L-Tank was conceived about a year ago and has flourished and matured. It has even endured a move, thanks to my love. I come home everyday & literally sit in front of the tank and enjoy every single living thing inside. There is nothing like it. =)

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