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Old 11/21/2016, 07:23 PM   #26
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Thank you very much for sharing! Local biotype tanks, with collected specimens, are always awesome. Maybe in the future I will make a similar local tank......

Purple tyrannosaurs. Yes....

Current Tank Info: In planning stages. Kessil 360we, eshopps rs-75 sump
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Old 12/13/2016, 01:49 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by Samian View Post
I'm on Facebook. You mean Coldwater Marine Aquarium Owners or something else ?
Please me pass the Profile name of it.
Don't know if you ever found your way to the coldwater group on FB, but the link is


Current Tank Info: Coldwater Cube thread: Timelapse video of the tank:
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Old 12/23/2016, 10:12 PM   #28
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Super cool

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Old 02/07/2019, 02:46 PM   #29
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The tank is still working.
About 1,5 year ago i had made a serious upgrade, to follow all these new things that the experince and science has to offer in the reefing sector.....

The only thing i know is that i know nothing (Socrates)

Current Tank Info: 450 lt of Mediterranean reef
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Old 02/14/2019, 01:26 PM   #30
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Woah, you've even got those NPS that grow on sponges! Your corals are so cute! They look so happy and healthy! I'm hoping to get some more varieties of cup corals (I just have two dendro colonies and a balanophyllia at the moment), but it's hard to buy any interesting corals here in Canada. What, and how often, do you feed those little sponge corals?

Pre-owned 75g reef tank with a pair of firefish and a school of pyjama cardinalfish. Future home of a group of designer Ocellaris.

Current Tank Info: 75g pre-owned reef tank with mushrooms, leathers, zoas, SPS corals, sun coral, and some hermit crabs.
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