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State: Mississippi
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon.. with 300 watt heater.. and 400 watts of MH lighting.. 12 watts of light per gallon.. water temp 76 with 40 watts of AB lighting.. 70 pounds of live rock.. 75 gallon power filter.. 300 GPH powerhead..and a 160 GPH powerhead..And a protine skimmer thats for a 200 gallon tank...
Advice: new my self i wouldn't what too give no one bad Advice. just read on it.. is 400 watt MH light too much for a 29 gallon please E-MAIL me THANKS...
Fish Kept: yellow tang....Royal Gramma... 2 Percula Clown's...Orange Linkia Star... Coral Banded Shrimp...Arrow Crab... Brittle Star.. 7 Hermit Crabs - Assorted.. 3 Mexican Turbo Snail
Corals/Plants: Colt Coral...Frogspawn Coral...Leather - Devil's Hand...Zoos - Brown...Mushroom Polyp - Green Ricordea...Mushroom Polyp - Umbrella...Curly Q Anemone - Group of 3...Florida Condi Anemone...Feather Duster..Deep Sea Yellow... Yellow Tree Sponge...
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: damn more money

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your lighting could kill some of your coral watch out when you change your bulb it will shock them.Most soft corals do good at5-8wpg.You would be in business if you got some sps like digatata or acro's.You are also over skimming for soft coral,they like and use organic nutrients in the water for food.SPS or stony coral does better in nutrient depleted water.Over skimming will also take out your trace elements and most of your chemicals and test kits are $$$.Size appropriate skimmers are the way to go. fish avatar

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