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Photo Caption: 50 gallon berlin style reef tank Pacific blue tang red green anthia six line wrasse red sea sailfin tang blue chromis hammer coral frogspawn coral pumping xenia yellow polyps green zoanthids deresa giant clam purple and green striped mushroom coral and more
50 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 50 gallon berlin style reef tank Pacific blue tang red green anthia six line wrasse red sea sailfin tang blue chromis hammer coral frogspawn coral pumping xenia yellow polyps green zoanthids deresa giant clam purple and green striped mushroom coral and more

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Actinic and halide lighting system, remora skimmer, refugium, Berlin type system with live rock
Advice: Open your wallet
Fish Kept: Pacific blue tang red green anthia six line wrasse red sea sailfin tang blue chromis
Corals/Plants: hammer coral frogspawn coral pumping xenia yellow polyps green zoanthids deresa giant clam purple and green striped mushroom coral
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Go Gators!

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