Photo #1 - 36 Gallon Bow Front Reef Project.

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Photo Caption: 36 gallon bow front reef project.
36 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 36 gallon bow front reef project.

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 36 gallon glass bow front Reef tank. Lighting - 30" coral life compact with two 50/50 (10,000K/ 03 Actinic bulbs) Filter - Penn Plax Cascade 700, Seaclone protein skimmer. 2 hydor Koralia water circulation pumps
Advice: Mistakes will help you succeed in the end. Be patient and don't rush things.
Fish Kept: 1 True percula, his best friend a black percula clown fish, 1 (small) Blue regal Tang ( he will be moved to the big tank after he grows a little bit) 1 emerald crab, 1 serpent starfish, 1 cleaner shrimp, 2 light foot crabs, (bunch of turbo snails)
Corals/Plants: Green Star polyp, Button polyps, torch coral
Tank Size: 36 gallons
About Yourself: Started Salt water tanks about 3 years ago and after having my first tank i have learned a lot this is my new project its just a couple months old.

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