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60 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 60 gal hex

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 60gal hex with 2-150watt metal halide.
Advice: plan to spend 3 time more than you thought you were going to
Fish Kept: yellow tank, niggar tigger, T. clown, elibe angle,
Corals/Plants: softies, yellow figie leather, hammers, frog spone, 2 super clams, few mushrooms, and a few zoes
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: you can't stop me
About Yourself: looking for some local reefers in the dothan al. area

COMMENTS

Hi there, Just moved to Dothan from California. Planning on starting Reef tank all over from scratch. Saw yours on this site. Looks nice and healthy. Where do you get your equipment and animals from? I am used to running down to the fish store, but there doesn't appear to be any in the near vacinity. Any recommendations for a mail order or brick and mortor store would be appreciated. Thanks Jack fish avatar
I love this tank! fish avatar

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