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Photo Caption: 46G bowfront. August 2010
46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 46G bowfront. August 2010

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 46g bowfront, Aqua Clear 70, Koralia 2 x2 powerheads, Hydor THEO 300w heater, 150w x 2 HQI, 55w x 2 T5s, moonlights, Remora Skimmer w. Maxi-Jet, CPR Overflow, 10g refuge with chaeto, live sand, cleaner clams, 40lbs live sand, 108lbs live rock
Advice: Go slow, buy good equipment. Join advice sites and do your research. Get a second job so you can afford this hobby.
Fish Kept: 3 Green Chromis, 2 True Perc Clowns, Sixline Wrasse, Red Spot Blenny, Scarlet Hermits, Blue Hermits, Nassarius Snails, Margarita Snails, Trochus Snails, Peppermint Shrimps
Corals/Plants: Elegance Coral, Purple Goniopora, Rose Anemone, Acans, Crocea Clam, Frogspawn, Ricordea, Zoas, Feather Duster, Tubbs Birdsnest, Blue Tort, Red Monti
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: What the hell is that?

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I love tanks when the rock hits the top, great tank. fish avatar

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