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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Several nano aquariums, all under 20g. Someday i'll graduate to a big tank, till then I enjoy the challenge of the nanos. UPDATE UPDATE! Trying to decide on 90g or 125g. Definitely predrilled. I want two closed loops, one to a refugium and the other to a sump. Figuring it all out now. Comments/suggestions appreciated.
Advice: as usual, patience. I read something funny somewhere. "Think before credit card." Water change, water change, water change!!!
Fish Kept: clowns, blennies, bass, gobies (although some are very susceptible to disease), small wrasse
Corals/Plants: mushrooms!!! definitely my favorite, the colors can be truly amazing. Ricordea also, such color. Let me say though, the invertebrates are where its at! Ive got the hottest sea cucumber!
Quote: I dont have one.
About Yourself: me? Im part human, part animal. Definitely belong under the sea. Some days I also take care of sick people.

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