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My first reef tank 40B

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    Default My first reef tank 40B

    This is my first reef tank its a 40 breeder I'm only about 4 months into the tank and I'm still learning, I run 2 hang on filters, a Remora skimmer, a carbon reactor, custom ATO, 2 150w heaters, a Apex jr., and 2 sicce nano powerheads.

    2 Mocha Clown fish
    2 Coral beauty's
    Red scooter blenny
    Yellow watchmen goby
    Yellow pistol shrimp
    2 Pajama cardinals
    Sand sifting star
    Velvet tuxedo urchin
    Emerald crab
    Snails & Hermit crabs

    Green star Polyps
    a couple of zoanthids
    Green mushrooms
    Kenya tree
    Leptastrea 3 color combo

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    Last edited by AustinK; 02-18-2017 at 05:36 PM.
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    4 months? Keep doing what your doing for another 3. It should plane out.

    What are you trying to do after that?- That will be about time to make improvments, whats your plans aftr that?
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    I'm going to add a sump in the next couple of months I'm also looking to add a Refug and a new skimmer I'm also putting things together for a 16 gal zoa tank
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