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Country: United Kingdom
Description: new reef tank. just starting out in this hobby. stocked with about twenty corals and im using a deep sandbed. various hermit crabs.
Advice: take your time. its the hardest thing to stick to but nothing good happens quickly in marines. use a quarintine tank for best results.
Fish Kept: red spot goby royal gramma regal tang two common clownfish inverts: red feathered star sandsifting starfish 3 cleaner shrimp one blood shrimp various hermits
Corals/Plants: pussey coral torch coral duncans coral red sea whip orange bush yellow bush red mushroom brown mushroom blue mushroom green bush algea neptunes shaving brush leather plume rock tree polyps green grass xenia star polyps yellow disc various other frags
Tank Size: 400 gallons

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