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Photo Caption: 14 gallon Bio Cube...only up and running for 6 weeks..plenty of room for more corals etc.
fish tank picture - my tank has a few new rocks!
14 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 14 gallon Bio Cube...only up and running for 6 weeks..plenty of room for more corals etc.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 14 gallon Bio Cube..new hobby to me so no advise at this time....need advise!!!!!
Advice: get lots of advise from your favorite Pet Store, on line and at forums; also books!
Fish Kept: 6 line Wrasse;; 1 Oscellaris Clown"; 1 Yellow Watchman Goby
Corals/Plants: 1 Feather Duster; 1 Flame Scallop; 1 Serpent Starfish; 1 Camel Shrimp; 1 Peppermint Shrimp; 3 Scarlet ermit Crabs; 3 Margarita snails; 1 Mexico Turbo Grazer Snail; 14 tiny Blue Algae Hermit Crabs
Tank Size: 14 gallons
Quote: until one has loved an animal; part of their soul remains un awakened
About Yourself: I am a happy retired ole gal who has always loved nature...and now I have the time to enjoy life...and hobby's such as aquariums (I have a 30 gallon freshwater, a 75 gallon freshwater, a 14 gallon saltwater, a 2 1/2 gallon baby tank and a 1 gallon tank for a beauitiful Beta!) great embroidery sewing machines and 2 puppies (Freddy, 9 mnths old; part Boarder Collie and part Spaniel type and Harry, the 11 week old who is part German Shepherd, part lab and collie)besides a great hubby and home

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