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Photo Caption: AGA 33L 48x12x12 - Current Nova x2 54w T5 - False Wall -Phosban reactor - AC70 with Poly Filter and Chemipure. Tank has been up for approx 2 months.
33 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - AGA 33L 48x12x12 - Current Nova x2 54w T5 - False Wall -Phosban reactor - AC70 with Poly Filter and Chemipure. Tank has been up for approx 2 months.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: FTS - AGA 33L 48x12x12 - Current Nova x2 54w T5 - False Wall -Phosban reactor - AC70 with Poly Filter and Chemipure. Tank has been up for approx 2 months.
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Fish Kept: 2x True Percula Clowns, Chalk Bass, Green banded goby, Geometric Pygmy Hawk
Corals/Plants: LPS - Frogspawn, Hammer, Candycanes, Acans, Chalices, Favias, Scoly, etc...... Zoas - Nuke Greens, Fire & Ice, Lemon Ice, Europas, Gorillas nipples, etc....... Derasa Clam - Owned for almost two years.
Tank Size: 33 gallons

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