Photo #1 - 29 Gallon Reef Tank, One Year Established

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29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 29 gallon reef tank, one year established

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 29g tall (30"x12"x18"), T5 lighting system, 2 "over the back" filters
Advice: Be patient and creative
Fish Kept: True Percula Clown, 6 Line Wrasse, Blood Red Shrimp, Red Fromia Sea Star, Margined Sea Star, Grey Sand Sifting Sea Star, Various snails and hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: Green Torch, Pink and White Pumping Xenia, Branch Pumping Xenia, White/Green Pipe Organ, Cabbage Coral, Large Button Polyp, Orange Center Polyp colony,Green Zoa colony, Mushrooms (red, true blue, green, watermelon striped), devil's hand
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: I promise, I am just going to go in and get water, I wont buy any more corals, I promise.
About Yourself: I have always had an interest in aquariums, starting with an African Chiclid tank when I was in college. This tank has been up and running now for a little more than 18 months. I want to soon move up to a larger (90+ gallon) tank.

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