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Photo Caption: 46 Gallon Bow, All Soft Corals, Power Compact lighting, weekly water changes, oceanic mix, P Skimmer, Penguin Filter. 2 clowns, dwarf Angel, Pistol and Goby...14 month running.
46 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 46 Gallon Bow, All Soft Corals, Power Compact lighting, weekly water changes, oceanic mix, P Skimmer, Penguin Filter. 2 clowns, dwarf Angel, Pistol and Goby...14 month running.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 46 gallon bow, HPC dual Actinics, Protein skimmer, hang on filter....started this tank in early 2006..first shot at reef stuff. Had fresh water before.
Advice: Ask allot of questions before you buy anything...do your research first!
Fish Kept: Dwarf Angel, spotted goby, mated tomato clowns
Corals/Plants: soft...allot
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: smoke some weed
About Yourself: music and reef tanks

COMMENTS

Very Nice!! fish avatar
how many watts do you have running??? fish avatar
Very nice, but it looks like there are some hard corals in there too. fish avatar
you look like you know what you are doing do you have any addvice for some one looking into getting a saltwater tank ? any and i do mean any fish avatar

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