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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: I am cycling my 12G aquapod . YEAH! Finally 75G reef~ Fav fish is my Pink Square Anthias
Advice: Advise; Go Slow then Slower.. and QT all new fishies. If you really want a certain fish or coral.. Don't go to the LFS cuz you'll buy anything, Save up and buy IT! Also, Talk to your fish, cuz noone else will =)
Fish Kept: Yellow Tang, Pink Square Anthias, Emperor Angel, (juvie, then sold when got big for my tank) 6 Line Wrasse, Maderine, Bi-Color Blennie, B&W Percula Puffer, Seahorses FAV Tank: My Seahorse Corral! I WANT A SEA DRAGON IN MY NEXT LIFE!
Corals/Plants: WOW. many.. all kinds, softies, hard, SPS. Would like a Maximus someday! But I don't like the high output of MH in my darkened room. =(
Tank Size: 12 gallons
Quote: Don't have one. =(
About Yourself: I am happily Married and have 2 great kids. Hubby bought me my first 75G SWF tank 7 yrs ago for X-mas. I grew up fishing and boating so always loved the ocean. Finally go tmy wish! Then I had 5! LOL SWF tanks R like potato chips. Hurt back with BIG water changes so down to one. My 75G got FRIED last week from a broken heater. =( SO, I'm setting up a 12 G nano!

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