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Photo Caption: My 34 Gallon Cadlight at 5 1/2 Months
34 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My 34 Gallon Cadlight at 5 1/2 Months

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 34 Gallon cadlight Signature series. 14000k 150 watt metal halide,2 24W actinics,moonlights, Aqua Euro 1/10th chiller,Ac Jr.,Cpr aquafuge small, 200 watt hydor heater, 60 gallon protein skimmer, UV sterilizer(not in use),JBJ ATO,75GPD RO/DI unit,via cal calcium reactor,
Advice: Patience can be very rewarding
Fish Kept: purple firefish,Ocellaris clownfish and target mandarin,black sebae clownfish,tailspot blenny,green banded goby,yasha goby
Corals/Plants: Various zoos,frogspawn,palythoas,rock flower anemone,acan,mushrooms,pulsing and pom pom xenia,pocillopora,montipora digitat,devils finger and yellow fiji leather, candy cane,ricordia,yellow polyps,neon green star polyps, and green plate coral.
Tank Size: 34 gallons
Quote: "Life moves pretty fast. If you dont stop and look around once in a while you could miss it"

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