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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 54 GAL CORNER BOWFRONT GLASS AQUARIUM W/6GAL SUMP,AMS G-1 PROTEIN SKIMMER,RIO 1700 RETURN PUMP,2X1000 SEIO POWER HEADS ,380W ODYSSA HQI =250W DE 15K,2X65W TRUE ACTINIC,4X LUNAR LIGHTS
Advice: DO ALOT OF RESEARCH,AND THEN DO SOME MORE RESEARCH
Fish Kept: SAIL FIN TANG,CHOCOLATE TANG,ARC EYE HAWK FISH,BLACK BLENNIE,CANARY BLENNIE,SIX LINE WRASSE,ARABIAN PSUDEOCHROMIS,SCOOTER BLENNIE,TRUE PURCULA CLOWN,2 GREEN CHROMIS,ORANGE SPOT SHRIMP GOBY
Corals/Plants: TORCH CORAL (TAN W/YELLOW TIPS),FROSPAWN (NEON GREEN),CANDY CORAL (BROWN & GREEN CTR) NEON GREEN ,DISC CORAL(ORANGE 7 GREEN,DUNCAN CORAL 2 COLONIES (8 HEADS & 15 HEADS),DENDRO 9 HEADS,ASSORITED ZOOS,BLASTOMUSSA WHITE W/GREEN CTR & MARON W/GREEN CTR 7 POLYPS
Tank Size: 54 gallons
Quote: "WHAT THE HELL"
About Yourself: BEEN IN THE TRADE FOR ABOUT 4YRS ,AND STILL LOVING EVERY MOMENT,PLANNING TO GO LARGER SOON,150 GAL ,STARTED WITH A 18GAL ECLIPSE LASTED 4 MNTS AND THEN GOT 54GAL ,ONE OF MY FRIENDS HAD A TANK FISH ONLY,AND THAT NEXT DAY I BOUGHT MY TANK.

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