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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: 3 year old 38G. AGA Tank (2) 65w PC 10,000k+50/50 Coralife PS65 Ehiem 2224 (no bio, Chemi-Pure/Carbon/polishing pads) 9w U.V. Ehiem 2026 Mechanical Filter
Advice: Quarentine everything from fish to corals, esp. wild caught specimens. More often then not you need to find what works for you.
Fish Kept: Chordates: Orange Spotted Rockshipper Blenny Yasha Hase shrimp Goby Ocellaris Clownfish Mandarin Dragonet Inverts (besides hermits and snails): Pr. Anemone "sexy" shrimp Tiger Pistol Shrim Arrow Crab Tuxedo Sea Urchin
Corals/Plants: Blastomusso, Caulastrea, Claidella, Dendronepthiid, Duncanopsammia, Lobophytum, Plerogrya, Rhodactis Ricordea, Sacrophytum, Shrooms, Sinularia, Tubastrea, Tubinaria, Trachy Brain, Zoos...growing
Tank Size: 38 gallons
About Yourself: I work at a LFS here in New England I'v been keeping fish and reptiles for years. Recently I've also fallen into the realm of living vivariums as well.

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