Photo #2 - Wonders Of The Ocean - 2 Orange Clownfish, Blue T...

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Photo Caption: Wonders of the Ocean
165 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Reef wonders
165 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Wonders of the Ocean

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 165g Red Sea 625xxl deluxe, with 3 HD hydra 26 lights, ASM 300g skimmer, and vortex return pump, two fishies reactor, and much more.
Advice: All good things to those that wait. Have patience.
Fish Kept: 2 orange Clownfish, Blue Tang, Firefish, Purple, Royal Gramma Basslet, Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Flame Angelfish, Coral Beauty Angelfish, Yellow Tang - Hawaii, Platinum Clownfish, Green Mandarin, Diamond Watchman Goby, Six line wrasse, melanurus wrasse, Singapore angel fox face rabbit fish, blue niger trigger.
Corals/Plants: Superman mushrooms, green mushrooms, bubble tip anenome, green carpet anemone, zoa`s, blasto, wellsophyllia, alveopora, gonipora, hammer corals green and purple, (blue, pink, yellow torches, Aussi coral elegance, star polyps, Duncan,dendros, lots of mushrooms etc..
Tank Size: 165 gallons

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