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Hi everyone. Thanks so much for doing what you guys do and bringing this community together. My husband and I have gotten into reef tanks and love the support and advice offered here. I've had marine and reef tanks in the past but it's been 20 years or so. I consider myself a recycled reef virgin as so much has changed over the years. We started semi small. We have 2 29 gallon tanks. One has a pink-tipped and a purple-tipped condy, a green black, an ocellarus clown and a black photon clown, 2 snall pencil urchins and some astreae snails and hermit crabs. The other one has a lemon damsel, a firefish, a recorded mushroom, a red ball sponge, 2 purple gorgonias, a neon green sinularia, and a pom pom xenia. Both are running the Fluval 50, with a Fluval Sea protien skimmer and Phlizon 165 watt adjustable full spectrum LED lights.
 
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