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Old 05-18-2003, 02:57 PM   #1
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Just a few ok picutures to share

Just a few new pictures I took, still getting to know the camera and getting rid of the algae I have




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Very nice. I like the fish that looks dark gray with yellow fins and eyes. What kind is that.
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the fish with all the yellow on it is a White-faced Tang (Acanthurus Japonicus)
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I Like It.
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How deep is your sand bed!
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It looks fantastic!! What is the large piece of equipment on the overflow? Looks like some sort of surge device.
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Very nice...one day mine will look like that..
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The sandbed is 4-8" higher in the middle and goes down as you get to the sides because the overflows have holes at the bottom. The device in the corner is a Tunze Stream Pump, this is a great pump for current, I have one in each corner that come on opposite each other. These two pump replaced 4 Maxijet 1200s and an ampmaster 3000. Each pump puts out about 3100GPH and you can control it and turn it down to 30% and have it do alot of other things with the controller unit.
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Very cool for a larger tank, I think it might be a bit much in my 20g LOL. If you don't mind saying, how much are they?
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For two pumps and a controller they are around $650.00
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