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65 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My tank

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Country: Venezuela
Description: Red Sea Max 250 + 1/10hp Chiller
Advice: patience and read all you can about reef and fishes lots of rocks and caves for more fishes
Fish Kept: 2 Green Mandarin, 1 Spotted Mandarin1 Jewel Damsel, 1 Copperband Butterfly, 2 Square Anthias, 1 Falcula Butterfly, 1 yellow tang, 1 Blue Hippo Tang, 1 Flame Angel, 1 Sailfin tang, 1 Coral Beauty, 1 Half Black Angel, 1 Small Queen Angel, 1 Small French Angel, 1 Eibli Angel, 1 Black Ocellaris Clownfish, 2 Yellowtail Blue Damsel
Corals/Plants: 1 Ritteri Anemone, 1 Green Caribbean Condylactics Anemone, 2 Marble Orange Star, 150 smalls Blue leg Hermit Crabs, 2 Fire Shrimps, 2 Lysmata Shrimps, 1 Orange Sponge, 1 Red Sponge, Cup Coral, Yellow Cup Coral, 1 Montipora Capicornus, Sun Polyp, War Coral, Purple Acropora, Blue Gorgonian, Blue Mushroom, Flower Leather Coral, Umbrella Leather, Torch Coral, Xenias, Green Star Polyps, White Moon Polyp, Cauliflower Colt Coral, Leaf Plate Montipora, Xmas Tree, etc.
Tank Size: 65 gallons

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