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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 24 Gallon AQUAPOD COMPLETE SETUP__30+ pounds of Fiji Live Rock__Nano Protein Skimmer__Carribean Live Sand__150 Watt Heater__1/15 HP Current Brand Water Chiller
Advice: Don't buy fish without knowing the compatibilitys. Make sure your fish are REEF SAFE. Use Distilled water if you don't want to use Tap Water.
Fish Kept: Variety of Damsels include, 1 False Clown, 2 Yellow Tail Blues, 1 Humbug Dascyllus (Striped Damsel), 1 Black Tail Dascyllus (Striped Also), 1 Three Spot Dascyllus (Domino Damsel), 1 Talbot Demoiselle, 1 Chromis Retrofasciata.... 2 Pajama Cardinals, 1 Serpent Star, 1 Sand Sifting Sea Star, 1 Lawnmower Goby, 3 Scarlett Hermit Crabs, 2 Emerald Crabs, 5 Turbo Snails, 1 Coral Banded Shrimp (Boxer Shrimp)
Corals/Plants: 1 Green Striped Mushroom, 1 Fiji Leather, 1 Mustard Poly, 1 Corralimorphs, 1 Ricordea, 1 Hawaiian Feather Duster (worm)
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: I love Sea Food...?
About Yourself: I am 25 years old and only 3 months into the Hobby. I love my tank, I can stare at it for hours every day...

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