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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Before you rate, my tank is not fully a reef tank yet. Its take time, so vote it for being a saltwater tank. Just startin out, got bout 100 lbs. of live rock, 100 lbs. of sand, just upgraded to a 30 gallon refugium sump, 2 150 watt metal halide coralife system, with 4 moonlights... and of course a protein skimmer.
Advice: take your time like me. Please leave comments. Any advice or suggestions you have, please feel free to let me know.
Fish Kept: Pair of maroon goldstripe clowns, a coral beauty, 3 yellow tail damsels, and a lawnmower blenny. 2 cleaner shrimp, 3 peppermint shrimp and one coral banded shrimp. 50 blue leg hermits,4 emerald crabs, 20 nars. sanails, 1 serpent star, 1brittle star.
Corals/Plants: mushroom corals, zoos, polyps, pulsing xenias, 1 leather coral, carpet anemone, and a long tentacle anemone
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: get it
About Yourself: The first time I saw a saltwater/reef tank, I bought one. I have been addicted to it ever since.

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