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Photo Caption: All Glass fish/reef tank. Aquatic Life 6bulb t-5. Protein skimmer. Refugium.
90 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - All Glass fish/reef tank. Aquatic Life 6bulb t-5. Protein skimmer. Refugium.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: All Glass fish/reef tank. Aquatic Life 6bulb t-5. Protein skimmer. Refugium.
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Fish Kept: **Purple Tang, Sailfin Tang, Blue Hippo Tang, Leopard Wrasse, Lawn Mower Blenny, Clown Fish, 3 Zebra Dart Gobies, 2 Blue Damsels, green mandarin, yellow watchman goby, 2 emerald crabs, 2 cleaner shrimp.
Corals/Plants: **3 Frogspawn, Hammer Coral, 3 Mushroom Leathers, Mushrooms, Green Star Polyps, Green Finger Leather, Purple Tree Nepthea, Green Rock Anemone,5 polyps of rasta zoanthids, red and purple zoanthid colony, open brain coral, torch corals, trumpet coral, purple geniopora, fungia, acan brain, acan lord, blastomussa, derasa clam .
Tank Size: 90 gallons
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