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Photo Caption: Newly established about 4 months old, only introduced a few soft corals and fish into it this month once tank was fully cycled and clean up crew got to work
64 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - Newly established about 4 months old, only introduced a few soft corals and fish into it this month once tank was fully cycled and clean up crew got to work

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Country: Ireland
Description: It's 4 months old and only starting to get going. Introduced these few corals and fish within the last month. It's a jewel 240 tank with external JBL 1501 filter, 2 airflow pumps and new led lightsk
Advice: You can never know it all, seek as much help and answers as needed
Fish Kept: True Percula Clownfish, Pink Spotted Watchman Goby, Blue/Green Reef Chromis
Corals/Plants: As per picture I've a few types
Tank Size: 64 gallons
About Yourself: New into fish have 1 marine tank and a smaller freshwater tank.

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