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Photo Caption: Solana 34 gal reef tank.
34 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - Solana 34 gal reef tank.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Solana tank by Current USA with 45 lbs of live rock, 14K MH light, protein skimmer, 1/10hp chiller, bio balls. Have never done a water change since inception (4/08) and never will need to. I use Brightwell Aquatics additives and chemicals.
Advice: Ask as many questions to as many people as you can. Find a couple of local fish stores (lfs) that you trust and go back to them.
Fish Kept: Blue Chromis (1), Clown (1), Goby (1), baby Blue Tangs (2), Six Line Wrasse (1)
Corals/Plants: Torch coral with 7 heads, several Fire & Ice zoos, Yellow Polyps, Watermelon zoos, Green Monster polyps, Frogspawn coral.
Tank Size: 34 gallons
About Yourself: New to the hobby as of 4/08 and have had a great experience so far. Member of ORCA in Orlando, which is an awesome local reef club.

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