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Photo Caption: This is my 10 gallon reef tank, see my profile for more details. I spent $100 Canadian for the entire set up. The lady couldn't get rid of the cyanobacteria, so I bought the tank. I am currently working on getting rid of the cyano bacteria.
10 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - This is my 10 gallon reef tank, see my profile for more details. I spent $100 Canadian for the entire set up. The lady couldn't get rid of the cyanobacteria, so I bought the tank. I am currently working on getting rid of the cyano bacteria.
saltwater fish - dascyllus melanurus - four stripe damselfish stocking in 10 gallons tank - This is my 4 stripe damselfish named Jail Bird. This fish is about 3/4 of an inch.
saltwater fish - chrysiptera parasema - yellowtail damselfish stocking in 10 gallons tank - My yellow tailed blue damselfish named Pheona. The fish is currently about an inch long.

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Country: Canada
Description: 10 gallon reef: 2 18 w HO T-5s(1 actinic, 1 10k[3.6wpg]) 2 penguin bio-wheelMINIs 1 unknown skimmer 1 tetratech preset heater(78 degrees) 8 gallon reef: 1 aquatech 5-15 gallons 1 tetratech preset heater(78 degrees) 2 8w T-5s (both POWER-GLO by Hagen[2wpg])
Advice: Research as much as possible.
Fish Kept: 1 4-stripe damsel 1 yellow-tailed blue damsel INVERTS: 1 cleaner shrimp 2 red leg hermit crab 3 QUEEN conchs 1 peppermint shrimp
Corals/Plants: various polyps frogspawn mushroom
Tank Size: 10 gallons
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