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Photo Caption: Juvenile Red Lionfish
saltwater fish - pterois russelli - russell's lionfish stocking in 30 gallons tank - Juvenile Red Lionfish

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Country: Australia
Description: 60cm x 60cm x 45cm, 85L Twin Flouro, 1 x blue actinic, 1 x triphosphor, Canister filter 1200L/h, multi-media layers including nitrate removal resins. Twin air stones to move water through decor. Frequent water changes (due to size), approximately 20L/week. Crushed Coral Sand base and coral skeleton structure.
Advice: Although my tank is very small for a marine aquaria, vigilance about water condition is vital. I recommend getting a larger tank for beginners, as the temptation to purchase more fish is difficult to resist. LEARN about the fish you get, their compatibility
Fish Kept: *Juvenile Pterois volitans (Red Lionfish) (temporary - will soon outgrow the tank) *Blue-Gold Damsel, Pomacentrus coelestis (?).
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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