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Old 05-13-2011, 06:59 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Stock advice

Hi Guys

just looking for some advice on the rest of stock for my tank

Tank Vision 180
lighting 2 x 35w T5
V2 400 Skimmer
200w heater
1 JBL e1500 external filter

Current Fish Stock

2 x Tomato Clowns
1 x Algae Blenny
2 x fire fish
1 x saddle back puffer
2 x cleaner wrasse
1 x fire shrimp
5 x snails

Current Corals

1 x Toadstoool mushroom
1 x Neon Candy Cane
1 x Large GPS
1 x Green mushrooms

1 x purple tip

My question is what else in corals can i put in to brighten up the tanks some red and yellows

All help greatly appreciated
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