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  1. Got a few pounds of rock that need to go, it's cramping my sump's style.
  2. Got a few pounds of rock that need to go, it's cramping my sump's style.
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    93 cube bouncing back from ich and brook.

    Brooklynella hostilis is a parasite of marine fish, found in wild fish, farmed fish and aquariums. In marine aquariums, it is most commonly found in clownfish. It feeds on dead skin cells and can cause severe damage to gills.
  4. SoI lost all my fish except the blue/green Chromis to ich and brook. Tried to QT and save them but the diseases were too aggressive. Since the fish were in the QT I got some more LPS/SPS, emerald crab, assorted cleanup crew, did some aquascaping, arranged the sump, etc.. Here's some pics I took this morning.
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    95 gallon Cube Display Tank with Custom Stand

    My plans for the next portion will be an actual skimmer, outfitting my sump with baffling and adding Chaetomorpha plus Dragons Breath macro, a Vortex MP40, and a Simplicity 240. More photos to come.
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    95 gallon Cube Display Tank with Custom Stand

    Here's the lighting schedule I'm currently trying out. It's essentially the new coral lab study template offered with Radion products. As well as my custom homemade skimmer until I get the tax refunds.
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    95 gallon Cube Display Tank with Custom Stand

    Here's see updates on the build. I got the new lights setup installed. I went with a t5 hybrid solution with x4 t5s and a Radion xr15 pro g4 with reeflink. Here's some new pics of the build.
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    95 gallon Cube Display Tank with Custom Stand

    I'm actually going to be using some 1/8'' acrylic to separate things out. The small tank is for some breeder Darwinian Island clowns, and the rest will be sectioned off for a skimmer and return area.
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    95 gallon Cube Display Tank with Custom Stand

    I'm actually going to be using some 1/8'' acrylic to separate things out. The small tank is for some breeder Darwinian Island clowns, and the rest will be sectioned off for a skimmer and return area.
  10. I recently obtained a 95-gallon cube display tank, after my brand new 75-gallon exploded while drilling the drain hole. Anyways, I finished setting up the new tank build this evening and wanted to share it with you all. The stand measures at 40x31x37 and was constructed out of fir. I also used deck screws all around and metal supports at the corners for stability. Soon I'll go around the outsides with a nice cedar trim, and put curtains on the sides that I left open for sump access. For now, since the majority of the stand is complete, all I need to do is finish adding water, and then wait for the s*** and sand to settle. Then I'll be taking pictures of what really matters! Cheers! Michael
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    Soo my 75gal broke...

    I was too! But then I got the 75 because it was less money. Little did I know haha
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    Soo my 75gal broke...

    So my 75gal (birthday present) broke while we were drilling the hole. For some that would be the worst day ever. But with friends like TPA, I was about to turn my frown upside down. So hello to the new to me 93gal cube, and the other stuff. Thanks again, Garrett @ThePremiumAquarium More pictures to come. Plus custom stand being built tomorrow!
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    Birthday time

    Last time I had a budget, I ended up with 2x 300gal Rubbermaid ponds and 1800lbs of rock.
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    Birthday time

    Budgets and I, and this hobby are like an elevator in a 1 story house. I just don't set one anymore. Also, I decided after this long 2 weeks, that I'm going to spend the birthday money on a 95gal cube, and look into building/programming an t5/led light. Cheers!
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