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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60 Gallon topless Cube (24"x24"x24") Around 100 lbs of liverock 2x150 W Metal Halides 14k 3 powerbrites (current USA) 1/4 Chiller, Aqua C Remora Skimmer, Current 18w UV sterilizer, 6 Korallia pumps, 2 mags 9 60 G tank sump/refugium (30g sump, 30g fuge)
Advice: patience, patience, patience.
Fish Kept: 2 mandarins 1 scoopas tang 2 firefish 2 black and white clowns 1 banjai cardinal 1 pseudocromis 1 royal gramma 1 cardinal wrasse 1 yashia goby 1 yellow watchman 2 cleaner shrimp 2 red fire shrimp 5 peppermint shrimp 4 electric blue hermits 4 electric orange hermits 4 scarlet hermits and blue leg and zebra hermits feather dusters 2 sea stars scallops
Corals/Plants: SPS: Garf - Purple Bonsai, Tyree LE - Montipora Setosa, Tyree LE - Watermelon Chalice, Oregon Tort, baby blue Turaki, Pavona - red and green, Bali Slimer, ORA - Red Planed Tabling Acro, Vivid - Tri color, Tyree LE - Sunset Montipora, Purple rim green montipora, and around 7 more beautifull unknown acros, LPS: Hammer Coral - Green with Green And Green with Pink, Frogspawn, Prism Favia, Baby Breaths Favia, Passionfruit micromusa, Jester Aussie Acan Lord, Tounge Coral (big), Xenias, open Brains, Dendros, Sun corals (yellow and orange), clams, green star polyps, cyphastrea (meteor shower), more than 6 crazy kind of zoos (radioactive, spiderman, neon orange, dragonfly, atomic green and more), 2 rose bubble tip anemone
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: you cant keep it,,,
About Yourself: Engineer in computer science and psychology student, member of the directive board of a Rehab Clinic in Tijuana, BC, Mexico.

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