Photo #1 - Star Galaxea, Star Polyps, Torch, Nepthea, Candy,...

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Photo Caption: Star Galaxea, Star polyps, Torch, Nepthea, Candy, Finger leather, Elk horn, Orange polyps, pink/orange polyps, Green/gray polyps, and a clamm (hipp...)
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Star Galaxea, Star polyps, Torch, Nepthea, Candy, Finger leather, Elk horn, Orange polyps, pink/orange polyps, Green/gray polyps, and a clamm (hipp...)
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish)

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State: Vermont
Country: United States
Advice: keep up with maintence!!!!!! 10% water change and syphoning a different quadrant of the substrate each week have worked very well for me.
Fish Kept: False percula clown, 6 line wrasse, fire goby, cleaner shrip, and coral banded shrimp
Corals/Plants: Star Galaxea, Star polyps, Torch, Nepthea, Candy, Finger leather, Elk horn, Orange zoos, pink/orange zoos, Green/gray zoos, and a clamm (hipp...)
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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