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Photo Caption: 14 Gal Biocube. Xenias, zoos, Brain Favites & 1 Oscellaris Clown named Oscar.
corals inverts - anthelia sp. - waving hand - blue stocking in 14 gallons tank - 14 Gal Biocube. Xenias, zoos, Brain Favites & 1 Oscellaris Clown named Oscar.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: It is a beautiful 14 gallon biocube with 3 way filtration. Phosphate sponge on top of bioballs. It has a rotating wavemaker and an azoo powerhead. 10K and Actinic lighting on timers.
Advice: BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS RESEARCH RESEARCH RESEARCH. MONEY MONEY MONEY GONE GONE GONE!
Fish Kept: 1 occelaris clown named Oscar , with hundreds of mini sand stars
Corals/Plants: 1 christmas brain coral, a small but growing population of zoos, pulsating zenia, waving hands coral, 3 heads of frogspawn, and long stem zenia
Tank Size: 14 gallons
Quote: Its the quality not the quantity
About Yourself: I currently have 2 tanks one is a gorgeous 14 gallon biocube and the other is a 125 gallon we just started up recently with only a derasa clam and a potters angelfish

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