Photo #2 - 56gal. Column - 2 Chromis, Paired Ocilaris Clow...

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corals inverts stocking in 56 gallons tank - 3 Months
56 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 56gal. Column

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 30x18x24H, Rapid Led 24 kit on 6x20 anodized black heat sink in a custom stainless steel stand. Macro Algea refugium w/ eshopps cone skimmer, ehime heater.
Advice: Patience, patience, patience! It takes time! Start slow!
Fish Kept: 2 chromis, paired ocilaris clowns, purple urchin, turbo snails, peppermint shrimp, orange/pink damsel, diamond watchman, tiger pistol shrimp and soon to come a pair of harlequin shrimp.
Corals/Plants: 50+lbs. live rock. Hydnaphora, xenia, flame torch, several mushrooms, stylophora, long tentical anemone, sun burst bubble tip anemone, star polyps, zoa and hitchhikers.
Tank Size: 56 gallons
About Yourself: We have been doing planted tanks for years and this is our first shot at a reef tank. Time, knowledge and patience is what makes any tanks in our hobby survive.

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