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Old 01-20-2015, 08:56 PM   #1
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Canister filter/refugium

I'm about to move into a 36g from a 25g (which is posted below looking for advice with the transplant), but I'm also considering a canister filter and putting a 10-20g refugium. Never done (or needed a refugium) so I'm not really sure what I can run out of it (filter, skimmer, etc.). Just looking for advice and discussion.

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