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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon, 48 in. wide x 18 in. deep x 21 1/2 in. high, 6 CORALIFE T-5's, Pro Clear Aquatic System 150 Wet/Dry with built in Protein Skimmer & Fluval 305 Canister Filter
Advice: QUARINTINE EVERYTHING!!! We have a nice 5 gallon eclipse we use to quarentine all new arrivals to avoid any unwanted pests or disease in the tank! We had a pretty bad bout with "Ich!"
Fish Kept: Majestic Angel - "Adira", Blonde Naso Tang - "Caesar", Yellow Tang - "Haley", Blue Dot Puffer - "Shanaynay", Maroon Clown - "Marlin", Flame Angel - "El Fuego", Arrow Crab - "Price", Purple Pseudochromis - "Heart", Six Line Wrasse - "Mary Jane", 3 Stripe Damsel - "Gonzales", Blue Damsel - "Rosco", Bicolor Blenny - "Jeepers", Some Green Chromis - "The Entourage", 2 Skunk Cleaner Shrimp - "Jaques & Pierre", Coral Banded Shrimp - "El Bandito", Lettuce Nudibranch - "Tosser", An assortment of Turbo Snails, Scarlet Hermit Crabs, Blueleg Hermit Crabs, Mexican Redleg Hermit Crabs from the Sea of Cortez
Corals/Plants: My Fav is yet to be idenified other than a Long Tentacle Anemone...maybe you can help with that! It's the green one. Pink Tip Hatian Anemone, Orange Sun Coral, Colt Coral, Purple Mushrooms, Watermelon Mushrooms, Green and Purple Striped Mushrooms, 2 Frags of Chili Cactus Coral, Frog Spawn, Pinapple Brain Coral, Fiji Yellow Ruffled Toadstool Leather Coral, Some Orange Zoos,
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: My boyfriend actually talked me into us getting a tank for our apartment. Over the years he has had many and his dad actually has a 350 gallon that I have always admired. I am now a FULL BLOWN salt water junkie!!! I even made a book full of laminated, color photo and brief description sheets for EVERYTHING in the tank that we fondly refer to as "Our Fishy Family" book . It's nice to use as a quick reference and our visitors seem to enjoy looking as well. Anyone know of a support group we could join? ...Hi, my name is Ashley and I am a Reefaholic!

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