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30 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 4 months old and my bank manager is not happy!

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Country: United States
Description: 4 months old. 90x30x50cm. 2x 34inch T5 fluorescent lighting. 2x 22inch T5 flourescent T5 lighting. 1x protein skimmer. 3x eheim (2232,2234 & 2236) cannister filters (2x biological media, 1x mechanical and chemical media). 2x water pumps. 1x 8W UV Steriliser.
Advice: The hobby is addictive and very expensive. Do not overstock - the experts were right. Stay away from anemones. Go slow and be patient. - I was not and it cost me dearly.
Fish Kept: 1x maroon clown, 1x mandarin, 1x damsel, 1x sea urchin, 2x turbo snails, 3 hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: I honestly don't know the names of them. No hard or soft corals. The simple things: mushrooms, star polyps, pulse corals (arguably not simple), tubeworms, and a clam.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: The only things that happen quickly in a fish tank are bad things.

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