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corals inverts - euphyllia paranchora - hammer / anchor coral, branching stocking in 24 gallons tank - Hammer Coral

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 24 gallon Nanocube DX 18” (L) x 19.6” (W) x 19.7”. Lighting:150 watt HQI metal halide 6 blue lunar lights 6 white lunar lights
Advice: Make your tank for the fish your are going to keep. Do all your custom work before you add anything to your tank. MOST IMPORTANT: Put your rock together the way you want it the first time!!!
Fish Kept: Yellow watchman Goby paired with Pistol Shrimp, False Percula Clownfish, Flame Angel, and a Yellow Clown Goby.
Corals/Plants: Hammer Coral, Yellow,green, and orange zoanthids, pulsating xenia,green star poylps. Inverts: Feather Duster, Cleaner Shrimp, Peppermint Shrimp, and Pistol Shrimp.
Tank Size: 24 gallons

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