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Old 04-02-2011, 05:13 PM   #1
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Upgrade questions

I am upgrading from a 55gal Fowlr to a 75 gal Fowlr with a sump. Here are the questions.
1. what is the preferred (most efficient filtration) sump set up (berlin, refugium, traditional.....???)?
2. I have an aqueon proflex model 2 sump and a coralife 220 skimmer. Will these two work together?
3. How do I get my sand dwelling snails(nassarius ??sp) to leave my 55 gal....I lost count and don't want to kill them unnecessarily.

Thanks in advance for you replies...
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