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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 70g cube reef tank
Advice: Research, Patience, & Responsibility
Fish Kept: Fish:, 1 Banggai Cardinals , 1 Harlequin Tusk (Aussie), 1 Ocellaris Clown , 1 Coral Beauty Angel, 1 Royal Gramma , 1 Flame Hawk , 1 Yellow Watchman Goby, 1 Pearly Yellowhead Jawfish, 1 Mandarin Dragonet, 1 Green Clown Goby, Clams:, 1 Maxima Clam, , Inverts:, 3 Rose Bubble-Tip Anemone, 1 Cleaner Shrimp, 40 Nassarius Snails , 30 Blue-legged Hermits, 20 Tropheus Snails, 15 Astrea Snails, , Equipment:, 70g (30x30x18) cube w/ corner-flo, 60lbs Fiji Live Rock, 60lbs Aragonite sand, eShopps RS-100 sump , Mag 9.5 return pump, Reef Octopus NW-110 Skimmer, 300w Fluval E Heater, Lumenmax 2 Pendant, Galaxy select-a-watt ballast 250w/400w, Radium 20K 250w bulb, Tunze 3155 ATO w/ 10g reservoir
Corals/Plants: <u>Corals</u><br> Torch Coral <br> Duncan Coral<br> Frogspawn Coral<br> Sinularia Leather Coral <br> Multii-colored Mushrooms<br> Hairy Mushrooms<br> Pom Pom Xenia Coral <br> Cabbage Leather Coral<br> Red Montipora<br> Green/Purple Star Polyps
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Quote: go slow, let it grow

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