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  1. 10 points
    I'll play Sent from my SM-G928P using Tapatalk
  2. 7 points
    Let's see a single, full tank shot. Here's mine: Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    Still recovering from the move. Doing really well though!
  5. 7 points
    I’ll Join the FTS club... In the Middle of some maintenance on both tanks...and pics not the best. But heres ours....
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    not much going on here other than some fish. got an algae scrubber and denitrator working and the nitrates are coming down so i hope to have corals again one day.
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    I am sorry to say that after having the privilege of displaying that anemone for more than 3 years, it has crossed the rainbow bridge. One of the heartbreaks at this hobby is losing animals without a discernible reason. My clownfish and anemone crab have now found a new home with this beautiful yellow anemone from Cuttle Fish. I reworked the aquascaping in the area and made an SPS garden--right next to the anemone. I like to live dangerously. RIP Big Blue Sent from my SM-G928P using Tapatalk
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    Awwww, I'm sorry to hear that. You're right that life in the reef is fleeting. It's still a huge bummer when a cherished piece goes suddenly. I just lost my green and orange scoly I've had for several years. As I tell outsiders when talking about reefing, it's a grim hobby.
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    Clearing out some stuff! First up is the Revogi smart power strip. This is great for being able to turn off remotely. Price 30 dollars. Pending to R-3 This was 80 dollars new. I only used this about 2 months and still have the box and instructions. IM Desktop reactor these work well and fit in the back chamber of the Nuvos. I used a mixture of GFO and carbon. Price 50 dollars pending Also have BRS dosing pumps. One is brand new never used! These are reliable and work great for 2 part dosing. I will even include the 2 jugs for free which are 4 liters. Price 75 dollars for the pair!! Sold!!! I also have this Skimmer that came with my frag tank but I’m using the skimmer from my 60 gallon that I took down. It works! Price Free!!!
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    I think I might be more in love with some of these fish than my seahorses right now and that's saying a lot from me! Looooove these guys! There's some other awesome ones here too that I'm waiting for lights to come on to take pics of. Stop by and check them out. <3
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    I had to go look that up, that's my first time even hearing the name. Thanks for the info. GLWS!
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    I finally figured out how to post a picture just not a comment. lol
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    I will try. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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    I agree where’s it at? Your tank looks naked!
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    I’ll message you Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Was going to ask the same thing.
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    Vertex Omega skimmers are on sale at Premium Aquatics! Great deal on the 180i for $265! The others are on sale too https://premiumaquatics.com/products/vertex-omega-180-protein-skimmer.html
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    Thanks Ryan and this is ONLY the beginning. We have some high dollar items up for grabs and one of the best grand prizes I have seen!
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    Tank is all cleared up now. Was messing around before before and got a side view night shot
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    The new system I got that Scott build is a Herbie, give me a call & I'll explain it to you, otherwise we were supposed to get together this month sometimes, I'll bring the beer and chips this time
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    ryan, i strongly recommend you make your aquarium as simple as possible. if you dont mind me asking, why did you choose two filter socks? long term, do you really want to wash and replace two filter socks constantly? forgive me if you already know what a herbie style overflow is, but ill explain mine here: in the overflow for this aquarium, you have two holes. one hole will be your full drain, this pipe comes up just about 3/4 of the way of your overflow. put a cover of some sort over this, so that you dont impede waterflow, but prevent unwanted objects from being pulled down. the other hole will be your emergency drain. this extends barely above the water line of your overflow and below rim of your aquarium. cover this too! below the full drain, you have a gate valve, it has to be a gate valve. this goes into my (only) filter sock just below the water line of my sump. the emergency drain also connects to a pipe below the water line of my sump. it takes a bit to finesse the system, but once you dial it in, you get every gallon per hour of your return pump going down your full drain pipe. you want just a little trickle going down the emergency drain, as much as you can tolerate. this set up is SILENT in comparison to your durso. for me the hum of the sicce return was too much. no amount of rubber feet or suction cups could stop the resonation. the switch to a simplicity DC pump was amazing. i think i use a shark magnet, i had it laying around from the old days. scary powerful. i use that for as long as i can before i need to bust out my kent scraper for the coralline. hope this helps!
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    Jordan! How the heck are you doing? Are you back? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    hi ryan! i also have the marineland 150DD and i absolutely love it. although, now i secretly wish i would have gone with the 300DD! I like your open rockwork too. like you, im a fan of a few big rocks to set up the structure, and leave lots of empty space. here is my tank when i set it up last year (using rocks i bought at waves back in like...2007!) and here it is this year....way too filled with SPS