Photo #1 - This Is My 1 Yellow Star Polyp Colony The Inflow ...

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Photo Caption: this is my 1 yellow star polyp colony the inflow from my sump is being partially pushed threw the tube like structure made by a large feather duster looks really cool creates amazing water movement
corals inverts - undescribed zoanthid - colony polyp, yellow stocking in 55 gallons tank - this is my 1 yellow star polyp colony the inflow from my sump is being partially pushed threw the tube like structure made by a large feather duster looks really cool creates amazing water movement
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 55 gallon 30 gallon sump sailfin and lipstick tang are just waiting for a new home

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Country: Canada
Description: 55 gallon reef with 30 gallon sump, sea clone skimmer, 48 inch aquaticlife t-5 duel fixture 1 powerglow one marine glow attenic, multiple powerheads
Advice: its not as expensive and time consuming as people want to make you think anyone can get into the hobby
Fish Kept: lip stick tang. 2 zebra damsels, 2 False Percula Clownfish, purple reef lobster, blood shrimp,large amount of hermit crabs some almost golf ball sized, large amount of turbo snails
Corals/Plants: ton of yellow polyps, couple kenya trees, green bubble tip anemone, long tentacle anemone, large colony of brown star polyps, green, purple, blown blue mushrooms (a lot), 2 cup mushrooms, pink and green mini carpet anemone, lots of assorted button polyps, tiny colony of waving hand coral, finger leather, chalice coral
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Im addicted to marine tanks a currently have 5

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