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Photo Caption: In this picture is 3 Damsels (1 yellow, 2 black with white spots), 1 Clownfish, 1 Chocolate chip starfish, sea anemone, live rock, fake coral :P, 1 Sea Urchin, and some lovley daisys. ive recently gained more family, so i'll update my picture soon thanks!
corals inverts - eucidaris tribuloides - pencil urchin stocking in 20 gallons tank - In this picture is 3 Damsels (1 yellow, 2 black with white spots), 1 Clownfish, 1 Chocolate chip starfish, sea anemone, live rock, fake coral :P, 1 Sea Urchin, and some lovley daisys. ive recently gained more family, so i'll update my picture soon thanks!

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: i'm too lazy to do this.. :P
Advice: make your tank the best!
Fish Kept: 1 Clown fish, 3 damsel fish, , live rocks, 4 hermit crab, 1 blue leg fancy, 4 crabs, Two anemones, and 1 peppermint shrimp, 1 cleaner shrimp, 1 sea urchin, 2 sea stars, Fire scallop. :) (I have two different tanks.) :)
Corals/Plants: DAISY'S
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: i like skateboarding, my fish tank, wakeboarding, and having fun i guess. 8)

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