Photo #11 - Whole Tank - Flame Angel, Mated Pair Gold Stri...

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: This is a 90 Gallon reef tank full of both hard and soft corals. 8 Fish and countless inverts call this place home as well. CHECK OUT THE OTHER PHOTOS !!!!!
Advice: Read up, be patient, and don't be afraid to ask questions?
Fish Kept: Flame Angel, Mated Pair Gold Stripe Maroons, Mandarin Dragonet, Yellow Tang, Royal Gramma, Orange belly Damsel, Six line Wrasse.
Corals/Plants: Brain Corals, Superman Monipora, Acroporas, Cup Corals, Mushrooms, Colt Corals, Crocea Clam, Candy Cane, Torch, Hammer, Numerous Polyps, Pulsing Xenia, etc.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: Biology Teacher, Scuba Diver

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I wish you could put a dolphin in that tank... fish avatar
I think your tank looks very professional. goood job fish avatar
Nice job ! Looks like a real coral reef. I like how all the corals works together.. not just one here or there on a rock. Love that yellow scroll coral and the neon brain!! : ) fish avatar
MR NEILSEN!!! you rock man sweet tank joe is a suck up but tank is cool fish avatar
Should be #1 of all time, extremely colorful! fish avatar
O hay der fish avatar

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