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corals inverts - trachyphyllia geoffroyi - brain coral, trachyphyllia stocking in 29 gallons tank - my 29 reef, not great, but not bad for a poor college kid

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon tank my dad has had since the 70's, off brand metal halide (I have no idea what the spectrum is), eheim 2213 cannister filter, 2 koralia nano power heads
Advice: the same thing everyone else says, be patient, and do your research
Fish Kept: true perc, 3 large turbo snails, 2 nassarius snails, and around 20 itty bitty snails that resemble zebra turbo snails (don't actually know what they are)
Corals/Plants: elegance coral, frogspawn, hammer coral, green polyp pagoda, yellow polyp pagoda, yellow colony polyps, montipora cap, kenya tree coral, donut scolymia, green goniopora
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: university of houston music major, this tank has somewhat been running since april 07, relocated my tank to my apartment in houston from my parents house to prevent everything from dying because of hurricane ike, 3 fish and two shrimp died, true perc and all corals survived

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