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15 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 15 gallon reef tank

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Country: Canada
Description: *Lights: 32watt power compact (dual bulb) & 28watt T5's & moonlight *Filtration: Penguin BioWheel & Protein skimmer & jet pump(170 gph)
Advice: When you're starting up a new tank, make sure you have plenty of information. The more information you read up on the better!
Fish Kept: 1. Shrimpy = Coral bandit shrimp 2. Blenny = Bi-colour blenny 3. Mandy = Mandarin goby
Corals/Plants: 1. Torch Coral 2. Frogspawn 3. Umbrella Leather 4. Gorgonian 5. Star Polyp 6. Metallic green star polyp 7. Colt Coral 8. Silver Xenia 9. Anthelia 10. Macro Algea
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: Taking it one day at a time!
About Yourself: First started out with a 10 gallon fresh water tank, then moved on to a 55 gallon tank. Converted from fresh to salt but 55 was too big, so now we have a 15 gallon saltwater reef tank.

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