Photo #3 - My Porcelain Crab Protecting Its Baby Torch Coral...

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: This is my first attempt at a tank. It's a 20 gal glass tank, 70 gal Aquaclear filter, Koralia powerhead, 2 40 W corallife 50/50 and a 4 pin 50/50 bulb. I made an acrylic stand to hold the lights and I've been adding coral and fish for months now. I'm hooked.
Advice: Find a knowledgeable person to help guide you and make sure they're not just trying to sell you something.
Fish Kept: Royal Gramma, Ocellaris Clown, Blue Damsel, Yellow Watchman Goby + Red and white pistol shrimp (paired), Emerald crab, Porcelain anemone crab, Staghorn hermit crab, snails and hermits RIP- Red & Pink serpent starfish
Corals/Plants: Green Zoos, Red/green zoos, Red, Green and Blue mushrooms, hairy mushrooms, star polyp, halimeda, orange montipora, finger leather, toadstool leather, neon green trumpet coral, torch coral, featherdusters, Pulsing xenia, Kenya tree
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: I wish I had more money for this...
About Yourself: Clemson student

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