Photo #2 - 4 Months Old - Yellow Tang, 2 Domino Damsels, A B...

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: I started this tank about 4 months ago. There's about 90 lbs. of live rock with christmas tree worms and feather dusters all over them. Just starting with coral.
Advice: make sure you buy fish that are compatible with each other and the coral, rocks, or invertebrates that you have. I had a wrasse that ate a few of my invertebrates and a clam. Worst of all, he was almost IMPOSSIBLE to get out of the tank!!
Fish Kept: yellow tang, 2 domino damsels, a blue damsel, green chromis, foxface, 2-3 stripe damsels, saddle anemone, common anemone, 2 flame scallops and assorted snails.
Corals/Plants: one small piece of button coral.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: its all good

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