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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 60 gal cube (24x24x24) with built in over flow. ProClear Aquatics Pro 75 Series Wet Dry Filter with built in skimmer. compact flourescent lighting with 1x 420nm and 460nm dual actinic bulb and 1x 10,000k and 6,700k dual daylight bulb. 1x max jet 1200 powerhead with FLO rotator for circulation and 200 watt jager heater
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Fish Kept: 2 clowns, 3 emerald crabs, 15 blue leg hermits, 10 turbo snails, 6 peppermint shrimp, 15 elephant slugs (they keep having babies too)
Corals/Plants: 50 lbs live rock, some mushrooms and poplys that just started to grow one day (not sure of names)
Tank Size: 60 gallons
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About Yourself: I got Started with Fish tanks while in the military stationed in Japan. my first was a 55 gal F/O saltwater and now i have a 55 gal cichlid tank and a 60 saltwater, soon to be reef. This is my first attempt at a reef set-up and Im definitely still learning so comments and advise is appreciated

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