Photo #2 - This Fish Was A Great Itroduction To My Tank.

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Photo Caption: This fish was a great itroduction to my tank.
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my reef
saltwater fish - signigobius biocellatus - two spot goby stocking in 55 gallons tank - This fish was a great itroduction to my tank.

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 48"x13"x13" aquarium t-5 lighting 50/50 canister filter, 3 penguin power heads 300wt heater, 10 gallon refugium
Advice: be patient!
Fish Kept: sail fin tang, 2 blue devil damsels,clownfish, orangedot sleeper goby,blackray shrimp goby, yellow watchman goby, six line wrasse, and a yellow wrasse, peppermint shrimp, emerald crab, tiger tail cucumber
Corals/Plants: sun, xenia, mushroom, stony, leather, brain, finger, kenya tree corals. gsp, colonial, zooathiads polyps.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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