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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: My tank is 48" x 20" x 18" Lighting: Coralife Luna Aqualight Filtration: Rena Filstar XP3 with inline Coralife 13 watt UV Sterilizer plus Whisper Hang on Filter Skimmer: AquaC Remora Denitrator: Aquaripur One powerhead for water movement
Advice: Have patience and be prepared to spend a small fortune. It is a very expensive hobby and not for the faint of heart.
Fish Kept: 1- Yellow Tang 1- Blue Damsel 2- Green Chromis 1- Green Mandarin 1-Camelback Shrimp 1- Peppermint Shrimp 1-Condylactis Plus several snails and some Hermit crabs
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Tomorrow's another Day
About Yourself: I have had freshwater tanks most of my adult life and decided to try my hand a saltwater. Boy what an experience! I have learned everything by trial and error. I read a lot of books and articles and searched the web alot. I started with a 55 gallon and quickly realized I wanted bigger! I went to a 75 gallon and decided that is where I will stay.

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