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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aqua One 900 with external sump, two large power heads for good movement. two small blue spot lights for the evening
Advice: Cleaner shrimps and wrasse are important for the health of the fish. Dont over do hermit crabs unless you have no coral because they will move it and wreck it, 6 small ones are fine for a tank as small as mine. Take time placing fish in the tank
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Mandrin, Maroon Clown, Copper banded butterfly, Cleaner wrasse
Corals/Plants: Too many to name but a good mixture of stoney and soft
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Aqua Scape
About Yourself: I have been doing this for almost two years, im on my second tank because I started with a nano. I have had almost every problem happen to my tank from electrical failiure which wiped out everything to whitespot that wiped everything a year later. im in the process of building up my fish slowly again.

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Again... a 45 gallon tank is way too small for a yellow tang... I know people like them, but beginners need to understand A yellow tang need more room.... That fish will stress out and have health problems. fish avatar

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