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Photo Caption: Six Months Old
100 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Six Months Old

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: This is my new tank situated in the bar area of my pub It is only 6 months old but maturing nicely. This was able to be done because although the rock was new the water was 'old' water from a friends coral farm!
Advice: Take your time! Bad things happen overnight, good things don't
Fish Kept: 2 Tomato Clowns, 6 Green Chromis, 1 Royal Gramma, 1 Yellow Tang, 1 Goby (not sure which it is yet!) 4 Peppermint shrimps, 4 cleaner shrimps, 2 blood shrimps, 1 fromia starfish, 1 brittle star, 1 serpent star, 1 duck billed limpet! and of course various crabs and snails.
Corals/Plants: Short tentacle plate, various sponges, purple tipped acropora, devils hand, frogspawn, hammer coral, chilli sponge, hairy yellow toadstool, deresa clam, various polyp rocks, favia, sinularia, green cup coral, trumpet coral, pearl coral, porites, green striped mushrooms
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Can't think of one!
About Yourself: I am a publican and got into the hobby because i thought it would be a nice addition to the Pub plus i have a friend who is a coral farmer. You can view my tank on live webcam.

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that looks awesome dude! fish avatar

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