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52 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my first reef tank. 20kg live sand. 20-25kg live rock. fox face, yellow tang, flame angel, blue chromis, 3 clowns, 2 damsels, pink anthia. 2 anemones. various soft corals.
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Photo Caption: my first reef tank. 20kg live sand. 20-25kg live rock. fox face, yellow tang, flame angel, blue chromis, 3 clowns, 2 damsels, pink anthia. 2 anemones. various soft corals.
52 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - my first reef tank. 20kg live sand. 20-25kg live rock. fox face, yellow tang, flame angel, blue chromis, 3 clowns, 2 damsels, pink anthia. 2 anemones. various soft corals.

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Country: Australia
Description: 4 foot tank, ehein 2227 wet/dry canister filter, aqua medic turblflotor blue 3000 skimmer, hydor in-line heater, arcadia 4 x T5 lights, eheim return pump.
Advice: lots of research and patience
Fish Kept: yellow tang, fox face, pink anthia, 3 clowns, flame angel.
Corals/Plants: 15kg live rock, bubble tip anemone, few small assorted corals.
Tank Size: 52 gallons

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Really nice looking set up. fish avatar

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