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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 37T gallon, 24"wX24"hX14"depth. Using a CPR, Model AFPSL, Protein skimmer. 24"wX14.5"hX4"depth. Lighting I am using a 175 MH 20K. And two 24 watt actinic blue pc. 65 lbs of live rock. 30 lbs of crushed coral. 4 LBS of live sand and 4 LBS of rumble LR in the back pack fuge with cheato to keep the nitates down.
Advice: It's a learning experience take it slow.
Fish Kept: 1 manderine 10 snails to help keep glass clean. 2 cleaner shrimp. 2 chromis
Corals/Plants: As for Corals I have:. 1 green Monit cap. 1 hammer wall. a dozen neon green cloves. 2 sun corals. 1 red with green enchino. A brown leather. 1 acan with 17 heads. Small frag of bahama mama zoo's colony of Rasta Eagle Eye's. 1 Hawaiian feather duster is now in the fuge. Blastomussa's 1 pink goni with orang mouths. 1 blue goni. 1 hot pink goni. 1 hammer branching coral. 3 differnt types of frogspawn, 1 green open brain, 2 small xenia piece and pom poms, Disappered 1 colony of GSP, 1 coco worm, A few pieces of growing Red Sponge here & there. 1 Firey Red Indo/ true Rose Anemone, 1 Green finger leather, 3 hairy mushrooms, Orange, Red, Green Zoos. RPE zoa started with 2 polyps now I have 6. Button polyps and a few other stuff I cant remember there names.
Tank Size: 37 gallons

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