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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60-18 acrylic,2 diy mh 175w 15k,15 gal sump w refugium and super skimmer 65. diy moonlights
Advice: lots of patiance i didnt at first n learnd the hard way but at least i learnt from them.find a really good retailer you can trust go to several thats how you tell who is honest n who is a sailsman,im lucky i found 2 really great dealers
Fish Kept: purple tang,watchman goby,manderin,sixline wrass,bicolor blenny
Corals/Plants: pagoda,candy cane,torch, ass zoos,frog spawn,green mushrooms,red n green scolimia, rock anenamy,blassto wellsi , eligance n still stocking
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: dammit
About Yourself: i did fresh water for 4 years was allwase interested in a reef but was afraid n just decided to pull my finger out of my a.... n do it n im so glad i did im a diesel mechanic n that takes up most of my time the rest is my wife n tank no kids yet so dont know what the hell ill do then .

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