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Photo Caption: 55 gallon tank with 10,000K and Actinic lighting, dual filters, 3 powerdheads, 100 lbs of live rock. Current Fish/Inverts- 1 bulb anemone, Regal Tang, Cinamon Clown, Yellow Stripe Maroon, Royal Gramma and Green Mandarin.
55 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - 55 gallon tank with 10,000K and Actinic lighting, dual filters, 3 powerdheads, 100 lbs of live rock. Current Fish/Inverts- 1 bulb anemone, Regal Tang, Cinamon Clown, Yellow Stripe Maroon, Royal Gramma and Green Mandarin.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Oceanic 35 Gallon Freshwater with live plants. Dual filters, 50/50 Flourescent bulb, Platty Tank w/ succesful breeding.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon tank with 10,000K and Actinic lgithing, dual filters, 3 powerdheads, 100 lbs of live rock.
Advice: Research and Read. I never stop reading articles and researching.
Fish Kept: Damsels, Tangs, Clowns, Basslets, Dwarf Angels, Blennies, Gobies, Puffers, Eel, Triggers
Corals/Plants: Live Rock, Fans, Sponge
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: Fascinated with fish. I am currently a student and keeping up with 5 fishtanks.

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