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50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my reef tank

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Country: Phillippines
Description: My reef tank is 50 gallons with 2 30watts actinic/deep blue sea lights by SERA and 1 25 watts coralife. JEBO Skimmer...built-in overhead filter and a subtank for better filtration. i also have a chiller so that the corals could survive in warmer weather.... and UV lights.
Advice: Be patient and start with small tank first...
Fish Kept: Tangs, Damsels, Clown Fish
Corals/Plants: Hard corals :Hammer coral, brain coral, frogspawn, green red neon green and rusty cynarina, elegance coral, green and brown bubble coral, flower pot coral, tube/sun coral, cup coral. Soft Corals : Toadstool mushroom/ leather coral, Green mushroom/actino, maroon and orange and pink carnation tree corals Clams : 1 Squamosa/Giant clam and 3 Deresa clams sea fan : orange gorgonian
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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