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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 54 Gallon Bow Front Corner Aquarium With Coralife 30 Inch Aqualight W/ 2-65W Straight Pin Base And 2-3/4W Lunar Blue-Moon-Glow LED Lamps, 125 Gallon Protein Skimmer, Ready-Light Extreme UV FIlter and Calcium Reactor.
Advice: Read Alot Of Books, Be Patient and think before you act. If you follow these three easy suggestions in the end you'll find yourself staring at a work of art, that YOU made yourself.
Fish Kept: Echidna Nebulosa (snowflake moray), Gymnothorax Meleagris (whitemouth Moray), Pterolis Russelli (Russell's Lionfish), Pterolis Volitans (Volitans Lionfish), 3 Pseudochromis Diadema (Diadem Dottybacks), Chaetodon Auriga (Threadfin Butterflyfish), Pomacanthus Imperator (JUV) (Emperor Angelfish), Pomacanthus Paru (French Angelfish), Amphiprion Clarkii (Clark's Anemonefish), 5 Dascyllus Aruanus (Humbug Dascyllus),
Corals/Plants: No Corals, Chaetomorpha Sp., Spaghetti Algae, and Hair Plants for Sump Biological system ( most grew on their own)
Tank Size: 54 gallons

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