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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 14 gallon reef tank with coralife single linear stripe 96 watt lighting. i have a hang on the back filter. biocube protein skimmer. 50 watt heater. aqua-tech 175gph water pump and a koralia 1 400gph. shallow sand bed. 20 pounds of live figi rock. 2 aquatech aquarium cooling fans
Advice: do lots and lots of research. and take all the advice you can get from experienced hobbyists. keep up with your water changes. don't rush things because nothing comes good out of it. if you are not sure about something always ask questions to a saltwater aquarium forum
Fish Kept: blue devil damsel false percula clownfish magenta dottyback blood red fire shrimp
Corals/Plants: green tip hammer coral green candy cane coral pink finger leather coral orange zoas blue mushrooms red pimple mushroom purple torch coral purple/blue crocea clam feather culerpa
Tank Size: 14 gallons
About Yourself: i started having a freshwater aquarium like most hobbyists and than upgraded to a saltwater aquarium. and now i am a addict to reef tanks

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