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Photo Caption: Ocellaris Clown Fish with my Torch Coral. The Clown doesn't actually host the Torch; it only has interest in it when I feed the Coral.
saltwater fish - amphiprion ocellaris - ocellaris clownfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - Ocellaris Clown Fish with my Torch Coral. The Clown doesn't actually host the Torch; it only has interest in it when I feed the Coral.

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: I have a 48" 75 gallon aquarium with 500w metal halide retro fit kit.
Advice: I will put something better here when I no longer consider myself a New Hobbyist to the Salt Water Aquarium realm.
Fish Kept: Coral Beauty Angel Fish, 2 Fire Fish, Mandarin Goby, Ocellaris Clown Fish, Pipe Fish, Six-Line Wrasse, and a Yellow Tang Invertebrates: Blue-Legged Hermit Crabs, Cleaner Shrimp, Marble Starfish, and Sand Sifting Starfish
Corals/Plants: Birdsnest Black Sun Tube Coral Closed Brain Finger Leather Frogspawn Hammer Kenya Tree Purple Mushroom Red Mushroom Hairy Mushroom Star Polyp Trumpet Whisker Zenia Zoanthid
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: I swear they (Turbo Snails) aim for my Coral.

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