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32 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 32g Reef Tunze Doc Skimmer 9002 Aqualight Pro 24 MH 150w 10 000K Reeflux + 2-65w actinics 50 lbs LR + 2 SEIO 620 Fish's & cleanup crew

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Country: Canada
Description: 32g Reef Super Skimmer 3000 Aqualight Pro 24 MH 150w 10 000K Reeflux + 2-65w actinics 50 lbs LR + 2 SEIO 620 Fish's & cleanup crew
Advice: Be patient!!!
Fish Kept: Oscellaris Wheeler's watchman goby Firefish Green clown goby Red scorpion blenny
Corals/Plants: Zoanthids Sarcophyton sp Open brain Ricordea Star polyps Candy canes Trumpet corals Favia Button polyps Blastomussa Lytophyton Finger leather
Tank Size: 32 gallons
Quote: Qu├ębec
About Yourself: My 2 hobbies, Reef and photos!

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