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Old 09-24-2014, 03:49 PM   #2801
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20 gallon long.
Beautiful, peaceful looking set up what is in it?
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:20 PM   #2802
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Ha ha lots of MONEY...........
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:51 PM   #2803
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Old 09-24-2014, 07:38 PM   #2804
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This is my 75 gallon mixed reef.. the plumbing goes through the wall down stairs to a 28 gallon sump and is filtered by a 100 Micron sock filter then filtered by a 600GPH pump that provides both carbon and phosphate reactors with water before returning to the primary chamber to be run through the 150 GPH reef octopus skimmer... that chamber runs to a refugium with algae filter and macro algae after trans versing a series of 3 baffles water is returned by a mag drive pump to the display tank @ a rate of 600GPH( calculated after head loss) .. it is 6 months old and houses Soft corals..SPS...LPS ..Fish are Green/blue Chromis...Yellow tail Damsel...3 clown fish ( yes 3 if you want to tell me they wont get along. Save it...for some one else)....2 pajama cardinals... a diamond spot Gobie.. a lawnmower blennie... and Yes a Manderin ( again.. save the criticism.. she has grown an inch since I have had her and in addition to her relentless hunt for 'pods she eats live newly hatched brine shrimp and frozen chopped red worms placed in a feeding station) ...

Whoa. really nice setup
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Time... patients and MONEY...

Yes i definantly had some Patients, some of which didn't survive.


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Old 09-25-2014, 06:56 PM   #2806
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This is my 75 gallon mixed reef.. the plumbing goes through the wall down stairs to a 28 gallon sump and is filtered by a 100 Micron sock filter then filtered by a 600GPH pump that provides both carbon and phosphate reactors with water before returning to the primary chamber to be run through the 150 GPH reef octopus skimmer... that chamber runs to a refugium with algae filter and macro algae after trans versing a series of 3 baffles water is returned by a mag drive pump to the display tank @ a rate of 600GPH( calculated after head loss) .. it is 6 months old and houses Soft corals..SPS...LPS ..Fish are Green/blue Chromis...Yellow tail Damsel...3 clown fish ( yes 3 if you want to tell me they wont get along. Save it...for some one else)....2 pajama cardinals... a diamond spot Gobie.. a lawnmower blennie... and Yes a Manderin ( again.. save the criticism.. she has grown an inch since I have had her and in addition to her relentless hunt for 'pods she eats live newly hatched brine shrimp and frozen chopped red worms placed in a feeding station) ...

Great looking tank, well done.



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Attachment 250460 my 40 gallon tank!!!

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Great setup! What are those small plants in your foreground?


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Still have some spreading to do with my carpeting but its getting there.. setup is a 55g odyssea quad t5 pink plant growth bulb , 12,000k , and 2 6500k bulbs, sun sun 370g per hour canister fliter, 5lbs co2 , - plants- lawigia, rotalla , chain leaf narrow swords, glossostigma, baby tears , scarlett temple, telanthera, java fern, and mylasian drift wood with jave moss and peacock moss.

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Still have some spreading to do with my carpeting but its getting there.. setup is a 55g odyssea quad t5 pink plant growth bulb , 12,000k , and 2 6500k bulbs, sun sun 370g per hour canister fliter, 5lbs co2 , - plants- lawigia, rotalla , chain leaf narrow swords, glossostigma, baby tears , scarlett temple, telanthera, java fern, and mylasian drift wood with jave moss and peacock moss.
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