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Submitted By: Daniel O'Nolan on
Photo Caption: 29 gallon reef tank. Have 4 power heads turning each turning over 150 gallons per hour. 130W Coralife power compact hood. Currently keeping damselfish, a sand-sifting sea star, blue-legged hermit crabs, brown disc anemones, 2 mushroom toadstool leathers, one finger leather, clove polyps, star polyps, zoanthids, pulsing xenias, and an open brain coral.
29 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 29 gallon reef tank. Have 4 power heads turning each turning over 150 gallons per hour. 130W Coralife power compact hood. Currently keeping damselfish, a sand-sifting sea star, blue-legged hermit crabs, brown disc anemones, 2 mushroom toadstool leathers, one finger leather, clove polyps, star polyps, zoanthids, pulsing xenias, and an open brain coral.

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: 2 of my tanks are 20 gallon freshwater tanks, one is basically a 10 gallon betta tank with a chinese algae eater, and one 30 gallon FOWLR tank
Advice: Good things do not happen quickly in reef tanks. Only bad things.
Fish Kept: opaline gourami, black neon tettras, a betta, a micky mouse platys, chinese algae eater, yellow chinese algae eater, tiger barbs, dwarf gouramis, ghost cats, red eye tetras, a pleco, a betta, a clown fish, damselfish, and a chocolate chip starfish.
Corals/Plants: brown disc anemones, 2 mushroom toadstool leathers, one finger leather, clove polyps, star polyps, zoanthids, pulsing xenias, and an open brain coral.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance, baffle 'em with bullshit.
About Yourself: Working as a web developer/systems administrator. Got into the hobby when i was 14, and stopped for almost 10 years before getting back into it. Now I have 4 tanks.

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