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Old 11-08-2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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Reef switched to FOWLR 75g

Had a bit of an issue with my reef because of an outbreak in hydriods that killed all my corals so i had the choice of killing all the rock and risking my fish dying because of having to go though a fish in cycle so i just changed it to FOWLR and I am rather happy with my choice. I really like it and I get to keep some fish iv really been wanting that are alot of fun like my snowflake eel. here are equipment and Pictures

Reef octopus NWB150
2x 25x3w leds from cree (rapid led build)
2x 1250
1x 750

The main intent for this aquarium is to grow out a few of my fish for my 8ftx3ftx30" that i will be installing in less then a year.
75G SPS Bare Bottom Reef
4g Nano LPS Reef
40g Fowlr
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