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    Just set up a 20 gallon for a friend. She needs some more live rock, anyone have any affordable live rock? She's going through some medical issues, and her insurance is going to stop paying for her treatment, so not looknig for anything tooo expensive.

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    also any ideas for some actinics on a small 20 gallon? Has a small 50/50 PC light, looking to add some actinics.

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