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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 160gl, 24x24x72, CORALIFE skimmer, CORALIFE CA Reactor, 40w UV, 1/4h chiller, 20gl Fuge, Auto top off, 2 192w PC fixtures, 2 175 MH, 2 24w actinics
Advice: If you arn't obbsessive, stay away from the reef
Fish Kept: 2 Lawnmower blennys, 1 Mandarin, 1 Midas Blenny, 1 Puple Fish, Red Linka, Common Brittle Star, several Peppermint Shrim, Lots of snails/ Hermits including 150+ Cerith, 12+ Astrea 6+ Nassaria, 20+ Hermits, a crap load of pods
Corals/Plants: Asst Zoas, Large Bubble, Large Hammer, Pagoda Plate, Tooth Coral, Elephate Plate, Pom Pom Zenia, Striped Zenia, Open Brains x3, Orange Plate, Colt, Golden Polyps, Trumpets, Asst Richordia, Acropora sm, Tree Sponge, Coco Worm, Dusters, Finger Leather, cabbage Leather, Torch, I'm tired of typing
Tank Size: 160 gallons
Quote: Say hello to my little friend

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