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55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - brackish tank

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Country: Canada
Description: What i have is a brackish tank consist of live and base rocks. I have put real base crush corals and white sands straight from the bahamas. My filtration is my own design of overflow with a 30gl bottom tank. My ligthtings are Coralife 2x28 watt 10,000K daylight and 2x28 watt true actinic 03 blue T-5 fluorescent lamps. . My stands are made from pine wood. I have to make my own canopy from a red oak which i painted it black to match my stand.
Advice: Having a brackish tank takes a minimum task and patience compare it to having a saltwater tank.
Fish Kept: fishes are 3 mono argentus, 1 mono sabae, 1 archer fish, 1 silver scat, 1 green scat, 1 land goby, 3 crayfish, 3 chromis
Corals/Plants: I have 2 dead coral as a deco but no plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: life is good

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