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55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 01/22/06 added tubastrea and elegance coral with an open brain

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55 GALLONS BERLIN AIRLIFT 90 PROTEIN SKIMMER 265 WATTS POWER COMPACTS 175 WATTS MH RIO HF1200 PUMP MARINELAND SUMP/TRICKLE SYSTEM 1 RIO 800 POWER HEAD 1 RIO 600 POWER HEAD
Advice: you are going to spend lots of money
Fish Kept: 1 FISH (BLACK FACED BLENNIE) TRIPLEFIN (WILD)
Corals/Plants: branching yellow porites, encrusting yellow porites,red gonipora,yellow,green,and orange zoanthids,siderastrea sideria, siderastrea radians, colt coral,sinularia, millapora,red, green, blue , and many hairy mushrooms, toad stool, encrusting gorgonian, frogs pawn pterogorgia,psuedopterogorgia, plexaura,gorgonia flabellum,pylithoa, manacina areolata, purple sea rod with yellow polyps, bush coral.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: you live in a barn?

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