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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 3 month old reef, 80g with 20g amiracle wet/dry sump, etss reef devil 600 skimmer, koralia 3, 265w power compact lights...
Advice: let gumbii maintain your tanks... lol...
Fish Kept: maroon clown, yellow tail damsel, two domino damsels, purple pseudochromis, two rock blennies... hermits, snails, tiger brittle star, long spine urchin, and GBTA... there's also a pistol shrimp somewhere in there...
Corals/Plants: 10 different types of zoa polyps, various mushrooms including neon orange, rhodactis hairy mushrooms, leather toadstool, blushing leather coral, colt coral, large pulsating pipe organ polyps, 3 different types of star polyps, colony polyps, fox coral, two different long tentacle plate corals, neon green trumpet coral, green open brain, torch coral, hammer coral, galaxia... and others i can't remember... also coulerpa and other plants that hopefully wont take over the tank...
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: "let's bust a triggies!"...
About Yourself: gumbii's boss... lol...

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