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Photo Caption: 10 gallon with 45 watt 50/50 lighting, 4 chromis, bar gobie, yellow watchman gobie, green mandarin, pistol shrimp, fire shrimp, anenome crab, for corals pulsing xenia, 1 little mushroom
10 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 10 gallon with 45 watt 50/50 lighting, 4 chromis, bar gobie, yellow watchman gobie, green mandarin, pistol shrimp, fire shrimp, anenome crab, for corals pulsing xenia, 1 little mushroom
10 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 6 gallon nano cube, 1 clown fish, 1 cleaner shrimp, a emerald crab, for corals, pulsing xenia, mushrooms, various polyps

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State: North Dakota
Country: United States
Description: 10 gallon, with 45 watt 50/50 lighting
Advice: go strong
Fish Kept: 4 blue green chromis, 1 bar gobie(zebra dart fish), 1 fire shrimp, 1 green mandarin, 1yellow watchman, 1 pistol shrimp, 1 anenome crab
Corals/Plants: Pulsing xenia, 1 little mushroom
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: pain in my ass
About Yourself: been doin it for maybe a year

COMMENTS

Nice nano. May be overstocked though. be careful with that bioload. fish avatar

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