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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 36 gallon corner bowfront tank. 50lbs live sand, 20lbs live rock, Coralife Aqualight, Fluval 4plus in-tank filter/powerhead, Aquaclear 70 hang on filter, All-Glass heater, MaxiJet Powerhead, Remora Protein Skimmer(coming soon)
Advice: Read, Read, Read! I read up on the hobby for almost a year before buying anything. Patience. Easier to think your going to be patient than actually BEING patient. Take everything with a grain of salt. This is a very opinionated hobby. Save up a lot of money because you will need it. Learn what each piece of equipment does, and what it's purpose is. Study fish compatibility. Design your tank for YOU, not for what someone else tells you to do. Keep your fish happy.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Diamond Goby, Lawnmower Blenny, Pair of percs Inverts: Coral Banded and Cleaner Shrimp
Corals/Plants: Small Pink button polyps, large red/green Zoo's, large rock of Green Star Polyps, few hammer frags
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Quote: "dude....where's my fish?"
About Yourself: Work in sales and design for a marketing and consulting business. Love saltwater fish, and hope to build my tank....it's a learning experience.

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