Photo #1 - This Is What My Tank Looked Like A Few Months Ago...

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Submitted By: Josh Comolli on
Photo Caption: This is what my tank looked like a few months ago BEFORE I made the mistake of adding an evil camel shrimp that developed an apetite for corals. I finally had to break down the tank to get him out after he ate almost everything. The tank is currently on the road to recovery.
30 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - This is what my tank looked like a few months ago BEFORE I made the mistake of adding an evil camel shrimp that developed an apetite for corals. I finally had to break down the tank to get him out after he ate almost everything. The tank is currently on the road to recovery.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon hex display tank with custom made 40 gallon refugium in basement & Ehiem Wet/Dry canister filter for alternating current. Metal halide & compact flourescent lighting.
Advice: Patience. Camel shrimp are NOT REEF SAFE!
Fish Kept: Clowns (which are now hosing with LT anemone... cool!) and gobys
Corals/Plants: LT Anemone, LPS/SPS corals & various soft corals
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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