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12 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 18"x20"x16" nano with live rock, 5 soft coral 1 hard coral, a clean up crew a clown and orchid dottyback, up and running a month so far
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Photo Caption: 18"x20"x16" nano with live rock, 5 soft coral 1 hard coral, a clean up crew a clown and orchid dottyback, up and running a month so far
12 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 18"x20"x16" nano with live rock, 5 soft coral 1 hard coral, a clean up crew a clown and orchid dottyback, up and running a month so far

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Country: Great Britain
Description: 18x20x16 Nano Reef, 40lbs of live sand, 16kg of live rock, 1 toadstool coral, 1 pulse coral, 2 mushroom corals, 1 yellow polyp and one goniopora, 7 turbo snails, 6 hermits, 1 common clown, 1 ochid dottyback, I have 3 powerheads and a 100w heater 2 36w t5 compacts and 2 t8, up and running since 1st january 2006
Advice: take it slow, and listen to as much info as you can before your head pops off
Fish Kept: clowns, dottyback
Corals/Plants: easy ones this is my first time goniopora is my hardest one
Tank Size: 12 gallons
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