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7 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 7 gallon tank shot

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: 7 gallon minibow aquarium. Full reef with sps, lps and soft corals. 70w HQI with LED actinic supplement. Sump filtration with custom overflow.
Advice: Start slow and have plenty of cash on hand!
Fish Kept: 1 - Black Percula 1 - Clam various cleaner crew - snails, crabs, etc.
Corals/Plants: Approx. 15 species of corals.
Tank Size: 7 gallons

COMMENTS

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yeah even one percula is too many fish in this tank. they need 30 gallons minimum. maybe a burrowing goby with a pistol shrimp would be better. fish avatar
Keep 2 things in mind. 1. This is a 7 (yes seven) gallon tank, not too much room for fish! 2. More fish = higher bioload = more unfavorable environment for corals. Thanks for the comments, keep them coming! :-) fish avatar
NICE TANK BUT MABYE GET A FEW MORE FISH LOOKS KIND OF BARE IN THE PICTURE fish avatar

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