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Photo Caption: awesome stuff. got most of my coral from trading but the beautiful macro algae came from marineflora
20 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - awesome stuff. got most of my coral from trading but the beautiful macro algae came from marineflora

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 48w T5 HO retro, no skimmer, modified ac500 into HOB sump. half barebottom half sandbed mixed reef tank w/ a bunch of beautiful macro algae in the hang on back CPR FUGE!
Advice: take it slowwwwwwwww! don't rush things, this hobby is about patience
Fish Kept: 2 fire fish
Corals/Plants: favia, zooanthids, chili coral, a variety of sps i dont know the names of :) oooo, plants YES, i got green gracilaria, red gracilaria, botryocladia red grape kelp, red string of pearls
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: damned if you do, damned if you don't!
About Yourself: i accidently got into this hobby because my wife wanted a dog! i said NO to the dog and allowed her to get a 10g fishtank. i said NO to the freshwater and OK to marine. she made me stick my hand in the tank once and now i'm hooked! LOL

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