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Photo Caption: 55 gallon uniquarium. Lighting efficient for reef, however just used for fish only. Biological Balls and live rock to house bacteria. A lot of good hiding places for fish. Chiller that is ran throughout the summer. Decorations including a conch shell, dead colored coral, rubber coral, and fake red seaweed. I re-sanded, varnished, and worked on the top and bottom wood. New pictures soon!
55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 55 gallon uniquarium. Lighting efficient for reef, however just used for fish only. Biological Balls and live rock to house bacteria. A lot of good hiding places for fish. Chiller that is ran throughout the summer. Decorations including a conch shell, dead colored coral, rubber coral, and fake red seaweed. I re-sanded, varnished, and worked on the top and bottom wood. New pictures soon!
saltwater fish - canthigaster solandri - blue spotted puffer stocking in 55 gallons tank - My Puffer Sumo

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon uniquarium. Lighting efficient for reef, however just used for fish only. Biological Balls and live rock to house bacteria. A lot of hiding places but not too many so my fish will come out.
Advice: A great looking aquarium dose not always have to be so expensive you can't afford it. However make sure everything is what you want. I am extremely happy with my aquarium. It took a long time to get everything stabilized. Don't stress if you lose fish, it happens. But once you have everything you need and you get some bad and good experiences under your belt, it will all be good from there!
Fish Kept: Stars and Stripes Puffer(Arothron hispidus), Barred Moray eel, Sailfin Tang, Kole Tang, Blue Hippo Tang, Green Chromis, Yellow Wrasse, Maroon Clown, Humu Humu Trigger
Corals/Plants: Live Rock
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Greatness comes in defending what you know is right.
About Yourself: Always have loved animals. I wanted a beautiful peace of the ocean in my room. I started and failed with a nano 12 gallon cube and found out the difficulties the hard way(yellow box fish died and poisoned all my other fish and killed them). I love my fish and it is a good part of my day to see them get excited when I go to feed them.

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