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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 45g,150w 14k,fluval 405,maxi jet 100,prizm skimmer,
Advice: go slow,water change 10% weekly,dont be cheap , treat fish and corals like children. thats all i have to say about that.
Fish Kept: powder brown,neon goby,long tentacle anemone w/ 2 true perculas,foxface,bullet goby,midas blenny,arc eye hawk,orange spot goby,spinecheek,six line wrasse,
Corals/Plants: hammer,frogspawn,torch,orange,blue ,green ricordias,yuma,zoos,elephant ear ,6 different mush. rocks,candy cane,rhodactis,sinularia,finger leather,2 fungia plates,xenia
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: damnnnn!
About Yourself: keeping reefs for a little over 1 year,totally addicted ,have 5 tanks ,120g,55g,45g,24 pod,10 seahorse

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