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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 50 gallon O'Dell tank, 36x18x18 3 96W power compacts (two actinic one 10K) 40+lb live rock Thin sand bed Hang on Back refugium with DSB and macro One Coralia One aqua clear with aquaclear cylinder filter
Advice: Time builds bullet-proof tanks - take it slow
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang (Capri) Kole Tang (Johnny) 2 Tomato Clowns (mated, Roma and Beefsteak)
Corals/Plants: Torch Green Finger Leather (actively aquaculture) Frog Spawn Zoanthid Button polyps Orange Encrusting Montipora Tear Drop Clam Toadstool (two clones also) Tuxedo Urchin (currently with zoas stuck to him)
Tank Size: 50 gallons
About Yourself: Started hobby with freshwater while attending PSU. just prior to graduation, started FOWLR tank. Purchased first coral, the green finger that is being acquacultured, and 5 years later I am still perfecting the skills but have had decent success.

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