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  • my new 29 gallon bio cube

    it is the first tank I am truly happy with

    I have a JBJ LED light over top of the tank

    My plain is for it to be a chalice tank with a few other thing sprinked in like yumas, zoas, and just 2 or 3 SPS

    inhabitants: 1 black ice clown, 1 redtail tamarin wrasse, 1 springeri pseudo, 1 flaming prawn goby, fire shrimp, harlequin shrimp, and 2 clams 4" and the other 1.5"




    watermellon chalice

    flamethrower chalice

    Bubble gum monster chalice

    im not sure but it looks like a Bubble gum monster with a more blue rim.

    toxic avenger chalice

    orenji chalice

    strawberry patch chalice

    Papa smurf chalice

    lizard skin chalice

    rainbow chalice

    and these are one of my favorite corals in my tank.
    neon green clove polyps with a bright orange/gold tip

    here is my little prawn goby

  • #2
    Looks good!

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    • #3
      Hey Mike lookin good, move the heater to the filtration section tho c'mon!

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      • #4
        ha i cant fit it back there! there is a plastic screen that I have to break to get it to fit so I am scared to break it even though I know it does nothing

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        • #5
          I'm sure there are some in filter heaters in this thread:
          http://www.reefcentral.com/forums/sh....php?t=1617930

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fatmike92 View Post
            ha i cant fit it back there! there is a plastic screen that I have to break to get it to fit so I am scared to break it even though I know it does nothing
            I know the fear, but it is one of the best things ever and it is surprisingly easy. If you haven't check out www.nano-reef.com tons of write ups on modding AIO nanos.

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            • #7
              Heater or not, It looks great. Good job.

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              • #8
                here are a couple new pics


                and my new clown for my lonely black ice!

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                • #9
                  I havent quite figured out how to get all the right colors of my corals on my camera yet

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                  • #10
                    Wow clams r lookin sweet!

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                    • #11
                      found an old stand that I forgot I had!



                      and my shrimp decided to say hello

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                      • #12
                        One way to get that piece of plastic out of your first chamber is take a metal coat hanger and turn it into a long handle with a small U shape at the bottom and push the U shaped part through the plastic vents, then yank it upwards pulling the plastic piece out with it.

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                        • #13
                          I picked up one of the frags as well of Stawberry patch chalice. They are great looking chalices when they grow out!

                          Your farm of Chalice look great! You must've been in the same biddings on fragswapper as I was...lol.

                          Let me know when you decide to frag them, I'm definantely interested!!!

                          Tank looks great!

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                          • #14
                            Haha alright I'll definitely let you know. I just need them to actually start growing!! I'm having new eyes pop up all over the place on most of them but no real growth yet

                            I'm adding to it today! I got a bad to the bone chalice and a couple others from gonzo corals

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                            • #15
                              got new fish and crab from DD and corals from gonzo!

                              starry blenny 1"


                              squat lobster


                              corals!


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