Photo #1 - Mated Clowns In Their Shell Home.

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Photo Caption: Mated clowns in their shell home.
saltwater fish - amphiprion percula - true percula clownfish stocking in 55 gallons tank - Mated clowns in their shell home.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: Saltwater tank - coral/peaceful wet dry filter 1000k and Actinic lighting
Advice: Never be afraid to get your tank started. The sooner you start, the sooner you can enjoy the fruits of your labor. But always, always, ALWAYS do your research. Each and every decision impacts everything involved in your tank environment!
Fish Kept: Mated pair False Percula Clownfishes, Neon Wrasse, Kole Yellow Eye Tang, Blue Damselfish, Talbot's Damselfish, Fire Chromis, Choc. Chip starfish, Astro snails, Sand snail
Corals/Plants: Yellow Coral Polyps Lots and lots of live rock - usually 1 inch in diameter by 1 foot long, Layered standing vertically side by side along the back of the tank.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Clean the tank - it's a labor of love!
About Yourself: I have had my tank since 1996. I have a water purification system in the house which makes for great tank water!

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