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29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my 29 gallon tank
corals inverts - heteroxenia sp. - heteroxenia polyp stocking in 29 gallons tank - 2 gallon fluval

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon with t5 lighting using fluval filter and a 150 watt heater as well as power head with an aerator. 34 lbs of cured rock. 5 fish, 5 shrimps, two Pom Pom crabs, multiple red and blue legged crabs and many nassarius snails, and some turbo snails and a sea urchin
Advice: Go slow an enjoy, amazing hobby!!
Fish Kept: Scopas tang Starry Benny Two oscellaris clowns Six line wrasse
Corals/Plants: 3 Frogspawn, a few colonies of xneias, various mushrooms, a leather coral " not sure of what kind" and multiple zoas.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: No advice is ever bad
About Yourself: I am a 25 year old male, that was always fascinated with the sea. So I had to have a tank, I started out with a two gallon fluval set out to conquer it. When I was confident. I wanted to upgrade, not to big but not to small. So I figured a 29 would do for now. It's been good for about four months in the 29 gallon. Have had no major problems yet.

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