Photo #2 - 55 Gallon With Some Coral And Fish. But Still Loo...

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: JUST GETTING STARTED WITH MY CORALS AND LOVE THEM. I'M STILL LEANING BUT THEY ARE MORE INTERESTING TO ME THAN THE FISH. GET REAL CORAL. FIND A GOOD FISH STAORE AND THINGS WILL REALLY GO FROM THERE.
Advice: FIND A GOOD PET SHOP THAT SPECIALITY IS SALT WATER FISH
Fish Kept: 3 CLWN FISH 3 DANSILS, SAIL FISH TANG CORAL BEAUTY ANGEL FISH, SIX LINE WASSIES,FLAME GOLBY,2 EMERAL CRABS,3 PEPERMINT SHRIMP AND SOME RED LEG CRABS ,SCOOTER BLENNY, CLAM, AND SAILS
Corals/Plants: DEVILS HAND, BRAIN CORAL, MUSHROOM LEATHER AND SOME I CAN'T REMEMBER THERE NAMES
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: I LOVE MY FISH
About Yourself: really looking for good advice. good the ph and calcium right. i'm adding iron, and some purple up to get the purple algie going. the temp is 74. it seems that everything is living but not growing so much.

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Add more light, more flow, paint the stand and canopy a darker color for better overall view, and start siphon the sand with each water change because its too dirty with algae buildup and your tank will look great. It's what I did to mine after advice. fish avatar
It looks you are off to a good start fish avatar

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