Photo #2 - My Long Spine Urchin - 1 Pair Oscellaris Clowns, ...

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: a newly established tank. 50 lbs live rock, corallife lights, undergravel filter, 200 and 300 watt heaters, 1500 canister filter, custom stand built into wall.
Advice: ask a lot of questions, everyone seems to have way different opinions about their own tanks, fish, and corals.
Fish Kept: 1 pair oscellaris clowns, snowflake eel, long spine urchin, hermit crabs, turbo snail(named "Rocket"), honeycomb puffer, pacific sailfin tang, flame scallop, dogfaced puffer, picasso trigger
Corals/Plants: none so far, lighting is way to expensive right now
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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