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Photo Caption: My post hurricane Irma tank
20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - My post hurricane Irma tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Innovative Marine NUVO Fusion,Innovative Marine ghost protein skimmer, Current USA 18" LED, Caribsea live sand, Real Reef brand live rock, synthetic polymer resin corals by Ocean Aquaria and rocknreefs
Advice: Read, research and plan. Be patient, don't over feed and always think like a fish. YouTube is a great source for info as well. There are some great artificial resin polymer corals out there. Ocean Aquaria and Rock n Reefs are 2 great suppliers
Fish Kept: Blue/Green Reef Chromis, Lyretail Anthias
Corals/Plants: I lost my reef tank due to Hurricane Irma so now I am going with synthetic corals from now on
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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