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52 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Aquarium at 5 months old

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 52 gallon Rena tank fitted with 2x30w T8 tubes 1 blue and 1 white. Filter is a Rena Filstarx2, 1x15w UV sterilizer, 2x Aqua Clear 802 powerheads
Advice: DONT RUSH !!!!!! Take your time and take several months to stock your aquarium. Start small and cheap when it comes to fish because you will make mistakes and it wont hurt the bank balance to much.
Fish Kept: Green Cromis, Common Clowns, Orange Wreckfish, Parrotfish,Regal Tangs, Yellow Tangs, Flashback Grammer, Cleaner Wrasse
Corals/Plants: Mushroom Corals, Finger Corals, Orange Sponge and several different types/colours of crabs
Tank Size: 52 gallons
Quote: TAKE YOUR TIME
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This tank looks like it has really bad water i think the nitrate might be up. Coral would look better in my tank. Woodage Paul fish avatar

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