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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: This my first large saltwater tank. So im experimenting alot with different fish and anemones. So if anyone has any good advise for me I will gladly listen.
Advice: I have no advise for new hobbyists for I am still also learning.
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Clownfish, Huma Trigger, Damsels, Stars & Stripes Puffer, Condy Anemones
Corals/Plants: Condy Anemones, Unknown coral names
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I got into the hobby with a 30 gal. freshwater tank that a friend gave me. Then upgraded to a 55 gal. and now I have the 125 gal. and have just started saltwater about 1 yr. ago. And I really love it!

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Do your clownfish host the condy nems? Isnt condy nems another name for "pacific anemones??" fish avatar

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