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Photo Caption: my 55 gallon reef tank
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my 55 gallon reef tank

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon hexagon tank, 2 clown fish,1 yellow tang, 2 fire fish gobys, 1 mandarin fish, 1 current usa 150 watt metal halide, 1 odyssea ps 160 protein skimmer, 1 actnic blue lamp,1 emperor 400 filter, hammer coral,13 mushrooms,hulk coral, various hard corals, mushroom coral, several fether duster, arrow crab, 2 emerald crab, 3 cleaner snailes
Advice: start off slow, it takes time to start a salt water tank, have patience buy protein skimmers that are bigger then needed, get metal halides their the best.
Fish Kept: 2 occerialis clowns, 2 firefish gobys 1 mandarin fish 1 arrow crab 2 emmerald crabs 3 cleaner snails
Corals/Plants: hammer coral various hard corals hulk coral mushroom coral
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: start off slow

COMMENTS

I think you would rate higher if you had more color variety. Very nice tank. Never had a hex fish avatar
i dont know if you seen my other tanks i have a 45 hex tank. fish avatar
Awesome tank. I dont think i have ever seen a 55 hax tank. very cool! fish avatar

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