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Photo Caption: One more Pic Of my Tank
24 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - One more Pic Of my Tank

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: I have a Stock 24gal JBJ Nano Cube 36x2 compact light. Hopes of upgrading in the near future. I added and additional maxi jet 400 to get some extra circulation.
Advice: Dont rush all you will end up is poor, with nothing to look at. Dont use Glass cleaner with amonia.
Fish Kept: 1-Six line Wrasse, 1-Royal Gramma, 1-False Purcula, 1-African FireFish.
Corals/Plants: 3 different Colonial Polyps, One Green anchor , Candy cane, Some mushrooms, Rusty Gorgonian, Taro Tree that splits like crazy, evergreen starbust polyp, Endive Hydnophora(small frag I got last week), Feather Duster, Pulsing Xenia, and some snake polyps.
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Quote: live life hard
About Yourself: I have known the hobby ever since I was born (my father was addicted) and I started doing it my self 7 months ago at the age of 21. I am now addicted to this hobby too.

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beautiful setup. youve dont a lot with that lil nano fish avatar

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