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Scubamomma's 24g aquapod entry


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    scubamomma - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Red face Scubamomma's 24g aquapod entry

    Pics to come soon!!! need to find my camera cord and get some more live rock to finish my structure
    Tank :24g aqua pod
    substrate: about 1 inch deep crushed coral
    Lighting:70 watt current halide light
    Skimmer:Aqua C Remora Nano HOB skimmer with Maxi Jet
    Extras:rock rubble in the back as well and a bag of carbon
    Wave maker:Zoomed power sweep

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    Can't wait for pics I love to see what peps do with nanos. Not to many of us around


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    pics pics, we need pics!

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    scubamomma - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    pics coming tomorrow! heading to trop to get some LR and got my new bulb ordered for my light all i need is to get a koralia nano

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    looks good! not fill that thing up with coral!

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    Looking good, keep it coming.

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    scubamomma - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    ok i added some corals so but i lost the receipts! im looking.... pics tomorrow

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    ok time for pics followed by price list!
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    yay more pics
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