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72 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - still learning...reef tank in progress

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 72 gal bowfront...wet/dry filter w protein skimmer.48in coralife compact flor light..3 maxijet 600 powerheads...80lbs live sand, 100lbs fiji live rock..10 hermit crabs..6 turbo snails..2 sand sifting stars..1 cleaner shrimp..1 blood shrimp..1 coral banded shrimp..1 collector urchin..5 emerlad crabs..scarlet scalop..diamond goby, scooter, clarki clown, maroon clown, flame angel
Advice: research!!!!! think about what you want before you go out an dbuy the wrong fish and equipment!!!
Fish Kept: diamond goobie scooter maroon clown clarkii clown flame angel
Corals/Plants: 1 candy 4 brain 2 long tenticle anemonies 1 bulb anemonie 1 purple tip anemonie 1 clam
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: don't worry...be happy

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