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Photo Caption: My Oceanic 55
55 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - My Oceanic 55

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: I have a standard Ocieanic tank w/ a Sunpod 300 watt mh light system with 20k bulbs,I currently run 2 magnum 350 canister filters one with media and the other with a water polisher,turbo twist uv light, phophate reactor,prizum protein skimmer, and 2 rio 800s movin the water
Advice: READ
Fish Kept: 1-flame angel 1-pink striped gobie 1-dragon gobie 3-blue green choramis 1-ocellaris clown 1-percula 1-six line wrasse 1-yellow tang 1-sand sifting star about 25 reef hermits and 1 blue leg about25 snails 5-elephant trunk snails 1-sea lug
Corals/Plants: purple,red,green and pink mushrooms 1-condy 1-bubble tip ( hosted by the percula ) multiple colored zoanthids green zoos xenia taro trees 1-colt coral 1-plate coral 1-cup coral yellow sun corals ricordea 1-cat paw 1-red gorgonian 1-yellow gorgonian
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: But I Need That For The Tank Honey

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