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Description: (THE KEY TO HAVING AS MANY FISH AS WE DO IS TO GET THE XTRA LARGE PROTEIN SKIMMMER) 60 gallon reef / fish saltwater tank, 2 Aqua jets powerheads with 110 Aqua pro chiller, 4 1/2 watts per gallon of compact fluorescent lighting, UV sterilizer light, 300 gallon capacity protein skimmer
Advice: Keep up on your water changes. Check the temp and salinity, and FLOW! FLOW! FLOW! What works for one person may not always wok for the next.
Fish Kept: Scissortail Goby, panther grouper, hectors gobby, 2 mandarin goby, cowfish, box fish, coral beauty, clown tang, powder blue tang, naso tang, purple tang, yellow tang, blue tang, flame angel, yellow angel, purple firefish, six line wrasse, corise yellow wrasse, 2 green wrasses, puffer, pink skunk clown, 3 percula clowns, harlequin sweet lips, bigmouth spotted jawfish, long nose hawkfish, lemon peel, lawnmower blenny, bicolor blenny, 2 stripped cleaner shrimp, royal gama, anemone crab, sand sifter goby, emerald crabs, dozen or more starfish (I love color)!!!!
Corals/Plants: Purple fan coral, toadstool leather coral green plate tentacle coral, bubble coral ultra green, frogspawn fluorescent green coral, brain coral, variety of mushrooms, gorgonian, dendrophelia coral, various pulsing xenia, 2 short orange plate coral, lots of open brain candy coral, carnations, candy coral, long green torch coral, acropora, favia, kenya tree green coral, ricordea, ultra blue maxima clams, frags, feather dusters, coco worm, hammer head bubble torch coral, colt coral , green flower pot, duncan heads, assorted zoos, green strar, and some blue sponge, blueberry fan as well
Tank Size: 60 gallons
About Yourself: We love living at on the beach, and we love our tank it's like having a little piece of heaven from the ocean in our living room
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