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Photo Caption: SCARLET CLEANER SHRIMP
corals inverts - lysmata amboinensis - scarlet skunk cleaner shrimp stocking in 90 gallons tank - SCARLET CLEANER SHRIMP

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Marineland Crystal Clear Corner Flo - dims = 4' Wide x 18" Deep x 24" high. Solar Xtreme High Output (4 x 54W) 448 T5 Lighting. ProFlex Wet/Dry with Marine Pro Series 300 Protein Skimmer and Pond Master Magnetic Drive 9.5B Pump (850 GPH). Refugium Light Coralife 11" T5 Dual Fixture. Koralia 1400 Power Head. Koralia 1250 Power Head, 55 Lbs Reel Reef Rock (live), 20 Lbs Fiji Rock (live), 12 Lbs Branch Rock (live). 2 x 20 Lb bags of Fiji Pink Sand (live).
Advice: Take your time...do not rush!
Fish Kept: 2 Scarlet Cleaner Shrimp, 2 Emerald Green Crabs, 16 Snails, 15 Hermit Crabs, 1 Blue/Green Chromis, 1 Six Lined Wrasse, 1 Royal Gramma, 2 Ocellaris Clown Fish, 1 Coral Beauty, 1 Hippo Tang, 1 Yellow Tang, 1 Kole Tang, 2 Allen Damsels, 1 Blue Spotted Puffer, 1 Yellow Belly Damsel, 2 Retro Damsels, 1 Chocolate Chip Star, 1 Red Linckia Star
Corals/Plants: Refugium - Chaetomorpha (8" ball) also known as "spaghetti algae"
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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