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Old 04-23-2013, 10:11 PM   #71
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Thanks they are starting to spread really good. I can't wait till they cover that whole rock. I have about 7 different variations in all up there I think.
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:52 AM   #72
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I am running two cannister filters at 700 g/h each! I also have a two tank sump and refugium on a 55g. Was having problems with filtering with just my sump and refugium, water stayed cloudy. Weekly cleaning of filters help a lot . 0 nitrite, ammonia, and nitrites. 60# live sand in tank and 30# live rock in DT and 20# in refugium with some chaetomorpha in there. I have a copper problem that is from a brass fitting in the tank so no inverts allowed which is cool, for now. Most likely adding fish this weekend.
2 percular clowns
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