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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: penguin 350 filter, Two T5 lighting 30in 18watt 10k daylight and 18watt true Atinic 03 blue, Koralia #1 400gph powerhead, 150watt marineland heater, water kept at around 79F 20lbs Live Aragonite sand, and 19.22lbs Liverock
Advice: Alotta time and money. I'm pretty new to this hobby only in it for about 6 months, Please comment and give any advice. thanks.
Fish Kept: Humbug Damsel, Maroon Clown, Bi-Color Angel, Watchmen Goby, Serpent Star, Brown Star, Yellow Tang, Tiger snail Conch, Purple Fire Fish(escaped from tank?), Bi-color Psuda, Peppermint shrimp, Skunk cleaner shrimp, Two Hermit crabs,
Corals/Plants: Lobophyllia Brain, Tumpet Coral, Zoanthids, Green Toadstols, blue mushroom & Polyps feather duster.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Father & son fun!
About Yourself: Me and my dad always wanted to do one and now were just doing the dream, were Just looking for information and ratings, The reef is still in process of being built.

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Not a bad start... but a 29 gallon is WAY too small for the Yellow Tang.. They need at the least 55 gallon or larger to do well in... Try a good canister fu=ilter... HOB filters will onlt give tyou trouble in saltwater... fish avatar

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