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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 55gallons,lighting-216 watts nova extreme t-5 with lunar lights.filtration-hagen 405 fluval, marineland bio-wheel 350,red sea prizm deluxe skimmer,2 maxi-jet powerheads
Advice: dont give up!!!!!
Fish Kept: 1 ocellaris clown fish,1 8 line wrasse, 1 naso blonde tang,1 sohal tang,1 tomato clown fish and a few super tongan snails....
Corals/Plants: fiji live rock
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: had always done fresh water , and was scared to try salt water thought it was to hard till a friend of mines who owns a 180 gallon reef tank helped me set this one up cant wait to upgrade to 300 gallon..

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Nice start on the tank.... But a 55 gallon is WAY too small for The Naso and Sohal Tangs. They need at the very least 90 to 125 Gallons. They will grow 12 to 14 inches as adults.... You might try a yellow tang for that 55 gallon and taht's it as far as tangs go. Get those fish in a different tank or they will get stressed out fast!!!!! fish avatar
That sohal is bad ass. Our tanks are similar; can't wait for a large tank someday as well. fish avatar

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