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Jduck 2011 Growout Thread

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    jduck - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Jduck 2011 Growout Thread

    90 gal. Acrylic 48x18x24

    Lighting -
    8x54W T5

    3 Vortech MP40w

    Return Pump-
    Mag 18

    Fuge & Contents
    Custom DIY Acrylic 46x16x20 (roughly)
    Warner Marine K2 Skimmer
    2x 250 Watt Stealth Heaters
    GEO 610 calcium reactor
    Super reef octopus bio pellet reactor
    Warner Marine MR-1 Reactors for carbon and GFO

    Will post frag pictures after the swap on Sunday.
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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Good luck JDUCK!!!

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