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Photo Caption: about 10 months in... really just starting to get alot of Coraline... lots of polyps( brown, bright blue, orange, deep orange)... fox coral.. brain.. show size leather... open brain... hamer coral... torch coral..few differnt mushrooms.. and polyp head few fish(dont really want them anymore:) ) and some african starfish..
210 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - about 10 months in... really just starting to get alot of Coraline... lots of polyps( brown, bright blue, orange, deep orange)... fox coral.. brain.. show size leather... open brain... hamer coral... torch coral..few differnt mushrooms.. and polyp head few fish(dont really want them anymore:) ) and some african starfish..

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: about 10 months in... really just starting to get alot of Coraline... lots of polyps( brown, bright blue, orange, deep orange)... fox coral.. brain.. show size leather... open brain... hamer coral... torch coral.. few fish(dont really want them anymore:) ) and some african starfish..
Advice: Go Big
Fish Kept: Nemo... tangs.. damsel
Corals/Plants: All Real ...
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: Plan as if you will live forever, However live each day as if it were your last

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