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Photo Caption: 75 gal fish clown trigger picasso trigger undilated trigger clown 3 yellow tangs lawnmower blenie 1 large hermet crab corals 20 red mushrooms 4 large green mushrooms 2 toadstool leather zoo coral moon coral hammer coral brain coral next upgrade overflow and sump
75 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 75 gal fish clown trigger picasso trigger undilated trigger clown 3 yellow tangs lawnmower blenie 1 large hermet crab corals 20 red mushrooms 4 large green mushrooms 2 toadstool leather zoo coral moon coral hammer coral brain coral next upgrade overflow and sump

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Country: Canada
Description: 75 gal corallife metal halides f404 4 power heads 120 lbs live rock
Advice: take your time and learn
Fish Kept: picasso trigger clown trigger undilated trigger 2 anenames clown fish turbo snails and a hermet crab the sive of a fist
Corals/Plants: green mushroom moon rock
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: ron

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