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Photo Caption: This is a picture of tank @ 4 months, just after purchasing pair of Ocellaris Clown Fish (Queen Elizebeth & Henry the VIII) :) They are doing great!
20 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - This is a picture of tank @ 4 months, just after purchasing pair of Ocellaris Clown Fish (Queen Elizebeth & Henry the VIII) :) They are doing great!

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: FOWLR (Fish only with Live Rock) Synthetic coral decor & live sand substrate. Berlin System (Power Filter, Protein Skimmer, Power Head etc.) Tank started 10/05
Advice: New to hobby myself, but keeping up with regular maintenance and water perimeter checks both have worked for me, as well as using quality products!
Fish Kept: 2 Ocellaris Clown Fish 1 Blood Red Fire Shrimp 2 Halloween Hermit Crabs 2 Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs 2 Turbo Snails
Corals/Plants: Synthetic Coral, White Tufa, & Live Rock
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Im so over it!

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