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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Added a small internal powerhead style filter that holds carbon, phosban, GFO, ROX, purigen, or whatever else I may want to run-
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    Currently running carbon mixed with GFO. Already have algea growing on the glass.... It was just starting to take hold in the cube, before transfer.

    The cube had nothing but lighting issues, so it was slightly neglected. Not to mention it had a very old PC bulb running it.

    I am looking forward to stopping this algea before it gets a good hold on things.

    I think the internal parts are small enough not to take away from too much else. Really prefer to run a sump....but sumps in the family room have never gone too well for me in the past.

    My wife really appreciated the peace and quiet of the family room...
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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Will be adding some new corals tonight. Going out to pruess pets and meeting Jimsflies and the MMMC members for one of their yearly meetings-

    MMMC Membership Meeting - Jan 14, 2018

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    Well, Its filling up fast-


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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Lighting upgrade- Added a 27 3w aquablue led's w/ optics to the exsisting 250w MH 14k Pulsrite.
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    Some new light shots-
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    Gotta say- I am digging this Damsel tank....might add a few more...

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    After Lansing Swap Update-


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