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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: its only 30 but it packs a punch! size dont matter. a variety of coral from acros to soft coral. my prize is my aussie lps. its filtered believe it or not by two 60gal. hang on the back filters, filled with live rock rubble. it has a 250 watt hqi mh system by hamilton. its been running for about four years. its my obbsession thanks for viewing.
Advice: lots of patience and time learn as much as possible!!!!!!! ask questions.
Fish Kept: salfin tang,watchman gobie, engineer goby, black perk and alsored true perk. and my dream fish... my mystery wrasse
Corals/Plants: 2 torchs,1 frog spawn ,2 long tentecal plates,1 crocea clam, 3 types of zoos,1 monty encrusting,1 monty shelf coral, a green slimer, a hyndaphora . about 5 different mushrooms. two types of brains,xenia, a huge six inch welsophilia!! a coco worm, and last but not least, my aussie corals about 27 heads.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: you only live once haha live it up!!!!
About Yourself: nah

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nice tank, but you have a sailfin tang in a 30 all i can say is poor tang. fish avatar

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