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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: L48"xW24xh24" I have a nova extreme t5 8bulb fixture 432 watts, 2maxijet 1200's 1 koralia 4 & koralia 1 , main pump is a magdrive 950, 40gal fuge ASM G2 protein skimmer, also a aqua 40 watt uv sterilizer
Advice: patience ,patience ,patience if you rush you will fail and lose a lot of money and everything in moderation
Fish Kept: 1sailfin tang,3 ocellaris clown fish , 1 blue damsels ,1 clarkii clown,3 lyretail anthias, mandarin dragonet,1foxface, 1coral beauty angel, 1line spot flasher &1 filamented flasher wrasse, 1 firefish gobie ,2scooter blennies red &black, (INVERTS) 2 peppermint shrimp , 1 blood fire shrimp, 30 or so turbo snails, 40+ hermits scarlets blue legs and zebra's 50 dwarf cerith's, 10 cerith snails, 30 nassarius snails, sand sifting star ,30 nerite snails, i think thats it for now
Corals/Plants: 6 ricordea mushrooms,1open brain , hammer coral, frogspawn,pumping xenia, hydnopora, neon green torch, toadstool leather, 1 elegance asst acros and montis
Tank Size: 120 gallons
About Yourself: wanted to be a marine biologist didnt have the ambition so im going to the next best thing

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