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corals inverts - dendronephthya sp. - carnation tree coral stocking in 10 gallons tank - 10 g reef tank 3 months old, my first tank

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 10g reef tank,10 pounds of live rock,Penguin 301 powerhead x 2, Whisper 40 power filter, 3x15w flouresent lighting, (life glo, power glo,marine glo,) = 4.5watts per gallon small sponge filter and air pump, second natureaguarium heater.
Advice: be patient, buy small they will grow
Fish Kept: scotter blenny,fire fish,damsels,2 x hermit crabs,2 x turbo snails,2x small snails,featherdusters
Corals/Plants: neongreen star polyps,pink star polyps, kenya trees, colt corals, hammer corals, pipe organs, hairy mushrooms, blue mushrooms, multiple colors of zoos
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: Fish and water have been in my life for a long time i have had fresh water tanks for the past tens years or so i started this ten gallon to learn how to run a reef tank and now am preparing my 75 gallon for the transformation and will be using this as my quarantine tank in the future. Until this is ready i buy small and cheap and watch them grow

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