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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: My 40b gal setup. Fluval C3 hob filter,Fluval 306 canister filter and two Aquaclear 201 powerheads, Marineland Advanced LED Lighting
Advice: Take your time. Do not rush. Plan. Make sure you got everything you need. Do not forget only fools rush in.
Fish Kept: Blue Damselfish, Orchid Dottyback, Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Ocellaris Clownfish, Coral Beauty Angelfish, Banded coral shrimp, Flame Hawkfish
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.
About Yourself: Retired NYPD, working for a third party healthcare management company.Been in the hobby for 40 years now. Keeping only freshwater most of those years. Dabbled in salt water for about two years but found I did not have the time to do it properly so went back to freshwater. Keeping mostly Angels, Neons and Gouramis. Actually raised a brood of Angles one year. Now back to saltwater this year. Starting small with a 30 gallon tank keeping a few blue chromis and a few yellow tail damsels.

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