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Photo Caption: My 55.
fish tank picture - My 55.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: typical starter tank, lots of rocks, some live rock, some lace rock, broken shells substrate covered in purple coraline
Advice: some algae may be ugly but I hve ZERO nitrate thanks to it, grow lots of coraline,macro algae, and green algae too they look alot better than hairry ugly brown algae.
Fish Kept: One Firefish (Solcito). Two Skunk Shrimp (Scampi I and Scampi II). One Boxer Shrimp (Ivan:From Rocky) One Peppermint Shrimp (Sgt. Peppers). Many Hermit Crabs. Many many many Copepods (who love public sex) and many many cool little shrimp that eat ALL left overs.
Corals/Plants: One Sea Fan Macro Algae with many leafs and a good amount of Coraline.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "No bees no honey, no work no money!"
About Yourself: USN Sailor. Just got into the hobbie after becoming a Navy Diver and seeing how gorgeous it's down there.

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