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55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 55g FOWLR

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 55g w/ aqua c remora skimmer, orbit satellite 2x65w PC, 3 koralia power heads
Advice: do your research!
Fish Kept: bicolor angel, tomato clown, royal gramma, fire shrimp.
Corals/Plants: 65lbs of LR with assorted mushrooms
Tank Size: 55 gallons

COMMENTS

your live rock looks great fish avatar
The only filtration I am using is the liverock and skimmer. Low bioload helps. "Less is More." May add a shrimp and a few more hermits in the near future. fish avatar
The water clarity is amazing!! The fish really 'Pop' in this tank, i like it a lot!! fish avatar
Thats a really great looking tank, whats next for it? fish avatar
now thats what im talkin about! thats a real tank keep up the good work best one ive seen on here, clean and simple and natural, do you have any filter system besides the skimmer? fish avatar

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