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Photo Caption: My new 55 gal shallow reef tank, thanks for your help ryan. owe ya one. shot taken at noon with 250 hqi on, and the 4 cfo's. great light!
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - new 55 gal shallow reef
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My new 55 gal shallow reef tank, thanks for your help ryan. owe ya one. shot taken at noon with 250 hqi on, and the 4 cfo's. great light!
corals inverts - anthelia sp. - waving hand - blue stocking in 55 gallons tank - M sexy anenome shrimp chillin on his new home the base of a lil Xenia.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal shallow reef Fluval Pro cannister filter, 250hqi and 4 25's CFOvery excited! wavemaster pro, Current 1/10 chiller, red sea skimmer. Have 40- 50 lbs of Fiji Live Rock ,LOVE THE SHRIMP AND INVERTS!!!!!!
Advice: TAKE IT SLOW!!! STEP BY CALCULATED STEP! READ SOME BOOKS / INTERNET. Don't crowd your tank!!!
Fish Kept: mated pair false perculas, 1 bullet goby yellow tang 1 damsel 1 chromis(big and mean) 2 camel shrimp 4 peppermint shrimp 1 sexy anenome shrimp hermit crabs+snails
Corals/Plants: brain,pulsing zenia frags, Maiden's Hair plant, purple clam, green red pink and orange zooooos, 3 branch Frogspawn, green orange red mushrooms, pink and green Ricordia mushroom, a Red Micromusa
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "I AM THE LIZARD KING I CAN DO ANYTHING" jm
About Yourself: Always loved the ocean especially shallow reefs. This is my 3rd tank after 6 years in the hobby.

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