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Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano


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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano

    This is my Nano I set up after my downgrade. I kept my favorite pieces of rock work and my bubble tip anemone.
    Its the 29G HQI with the oceanic stand. It has been set up since March 2010.
    The only thing I've upgraded was the light bulb from a 14K to a 20K, and adding a hydro flow .
    I have plans to upgrade the skimmer and add a refugium light.
    Along with upgrading the return pump. 088 - Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano I ripped that thing open it was like Christmas.091 - Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano

    This is one month later
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    Front viewDSC 0893 - Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano newly updated
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    Left view110 - Kozyreef 's sps Dominated Nano
    !!!I will post better pictures of my corals and tank as soon as i find my better camera!!!

    Live Stock:
    Pair of Clowns
    6 line wrasse(Picking up Saturday)

    Inverts:
    Cleaner Shrimp
    Peppermint Shrimp(Picking up Saturday)
    Emerald Crap
    2 nassarious Snails
    Brittle Star
    6 Blue leg hermits
    3 margarita snails
    Pink and Yellow sea cucumber

    Corals: Most have lost a lot of color from the move will be fixing that soon!!!
    Variety of acros-picked most up from Mike in ypsilanti
    Purple Bush Gorgonian
    Blue green chalice
    Bubblegum monster
    Tyree alien eye
    Rose Chalice
    lava chalices
    Rainbow Monti: lost coloration

    Lighting Enhancement with LEDs. I have a 38 in string of water proof Leds from SuperBrightLeds arriving today UV coloration to make my colors pop. planing on attaching them under the brace for the glass top via ziptie. Will post pics ASAP!
    Last edited by kozyreef; 05-01-2010 at 08:12 PM. Reason: new pic

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Nice looking tank!

    (I moved your thread to the member reef forum, the nano contest is almost over...we'll be starting another one next fall.)

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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    o thanks i had no idea!

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    demonclownfish - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    looks great, love the cucumber. thought it was a sea apple at first

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    igot2gats - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Nice tank. I can't wait to see your Sixline. Keep us posted with lots o' pics.

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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Any one like green?

    Ok well i got my string of Leds today it has 90 bulbs total and draws around 24 watts. but pure uv bulb i guess equals GREEN... because thats the only color that popping it is my favorite color but i like a variety and my blue pink and yellow acros barley show any coloration. Maybe i should of gone with half Uv bulbsand half Cool blue or something. well i am happy anyways.
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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    ^when i am not lazy i will get out the super cool amazing camera and start giving my self some more photography lessons

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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by demonclownfish View Post
    looks great, love the cucumber. thought it was a sea apple at first
    You are correct it is a sea apple it was sold to me as a cucumber i think it is the same sub family???

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    kozyreef - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by igot2gats View Post
    Nice tank. I can't wait to see your Sixline. Keep us posted with lots o' pics.
    Thanks, i am picking him up tomorrow for 5 bucks hopefully he isn't full grown or to large.

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    kgood1 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Looking good!

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