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Old 02-14-2012, 10:42 PM   #301
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Is this guy reef safe?? Hes so cool!
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Old 02-14-2012, 10:43 PM   #302
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Nope. Not at all.
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Old 02-14-2012, 10:51 PM   #303
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Nope. Not at all.
No he's not safe?
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No he's not safe?
Not SPS safe. Other coral he'll poke at and knock down. He eats inverts too so it's best not to have. I had one but had no small fish and shrimp or SPS
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Not SPS safe. Other coral he'll poke at and knock down. He eats inverts too so it's best not to have. I had one but had no small fish and shrimp or SPS
Awe! He's always so playful in the lfs! Alright guess I'll steer clear
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Old 02-14-2012, 11:39 PM   #306
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Awe! He's always so playful in the lfs! Alright guess I'll steer clear
He's super hyper and is always poking and exploring the tank. But he's a bully as well.
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He's super hyper and is always poking and exploring the tank. But he's a bully as well.
Awe he's awesome! Definitely a shame he's not reef safe. If I do a fowlr one day I'm definitely getting one of those!

Do I need a refugium for my tank?
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Need is such an awful word.
It would be beneficial to have one!
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Haha ok so what exactly does that do for the tank. Just trying to get a feel and does it attatch to the sump?
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Benefits of a refugium.....

A lot of people (including me) have the middle section of their sump as their fuge. Some people will tee off the return line from the pump to feed a separate container for the fuge.
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