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    FT Yellow Tang for corals!

    Healthy Small Yellow Tang too big for my 29G Biocube! I had puchase from Petco at $40 only to get rid of my hair algae, which is now gone!
    Thanks to this Yellow Tang! But honestly he needs to go into a larger tank, where there is room.
    The Yellow Tang, is eating frozen Brines, Mysis, flakes and pellets..always hungry..LOL

    I would like to trade for Zoanthids. If interested you can PM what you have.
    Here is a picture taken today.

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    I'd leave him in there.

    he is a fine size. just give him a piece of nori once and awhile.. the gha will come back fast once he is gone i bet. i keep one in all of my tanks now for algae maintenance.
    Four individual systems Right now.
    Modified Red sea 250 with attached 20 gal frag system XR15 pro light on FRAG tank, combo t5 reef bright led on main tank, now @100 gal total mostly sps tank, auto WC, Custom life reef filtration system Fuge and skimmer. KALK ATO chiller mp10's.
    30gal red sea 130d lps/softies/anemone tank, kalk ato, reef bright led strip.
    40 quarantine set up.
    500 total gallon marineland 300 DD main system 18 months old now and stabilized. T5 VHO lights/ BLUE led strip, Fully custom built LIFE REEF sump and FUGE, AWESOME 60" tall skimmer, and 1000+ gallon rated custom Ca reactor, attached SPS frag system and LPS frag system.
    I am expanding into this one ATM bit by bit,

    Still lots to learn about the hobby but I have amassed a great collection of real beauties and a FRAG saw will be in my future I think. I have broken past the stage of keeping things alive and now there actually growing out. Which is a big hurdle for many beginners I must admit. Good information and advise is hard to get sometimes and the club has done wonders with respect to quality advise and help in the hobby.

    THANKS Orlando Reef Educators Organization!!!!

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