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Country: Australia
Description: Tunze Nanostream 6045 Powerhead, Sea Clone Protein Skimmer SCPS 100 with Maxi-Jet Power Head MP 1200. 2 X Sansai Digital Timer. Red Sea Hydrometer with digital thermometer. Aqua One CF - 1000 Canister filter. 2 X suspendable aqua one lights, 2 X Blue spectrum UV compact fluros & 2 X white UV fluros. Aqua One 300 watt heater.
Advice: Marine is about good water flow, research fish before introducing - dont impulse buy & be patient.
Fish Kept: 2X Black and White False Ocellaris Clown Fish - Amphiprion ocellaris. Flame Angelfish - Centropyge loriculus. 2 X Purple Firefish Goby - Nemateleotris decora. Sand Sifting Star - Astropecten polycanthus. Six Line Wrasse - Pseudocheilinus hexataenia 2 x hermit crabs 2 X green legged hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: Live rock only - some small blossoms & corals on rock
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: Much love to my wife for letting me buy this marine tank for our bedroom, & for allowing me to fill the rest of the house with tanks to.

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Great set up, but don't you think you need more sand? or maybe even some crush coral mugth make it look fuller !! fish avatar

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