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  • My nano reef

    Just wanted to share some photos of my current tank.
    Acan

    Maxi mini anemone

    Rhodactus mushroom

    Toadstool

    My damsel


    My old scape

    Current scape


    I also had this pair of designer clowns briefly.
    If practice makes perfect and nobody's perfect then whats the use of trying?

  • #2
    Very cool little reef! I like the minimalist design

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    • #3
      Nice one Matt! Why did you give the Clown Fish away?

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      • #4
        Thanks very much

        I didn't give them away, they jumped out the first night I had them unfortunately, that was an expensive lesson.
        If practice makes perfect and nobody's perfect then whats the use of trying?

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        • #5
          very good looking tank, A+++++++++

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          • #6
            A few updated photos, let me know what you think.
            IMG_5099 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_5094 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_5088 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_5087 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_5048 by matty9557, on Flickr
            Shrimp goby 1 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_4978 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_4975 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_4979 by matty9557, on Flickr
            IMG_4976 by matty9557, on Flickr
            Last edited by Matt_95; 21-02-15, 06:07 PM.
            If practice makes perfect and nobody's perfect then whats the use of trying?

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            • #7
              That's so cool. I'd love to do a marine tank one day. Keep up the good work.

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              • #8
                Nice tank - looks fantastic!
                -- Taxus

                All men are equal before fish. Herbert Hoover

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                • #9
                  Hi Are you relying on daily water change for filtration? That must be a pain?

                  Cheers

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by para View Post
                    Hi Are you relying on daily water change for filtration? That must be a pain?

                    Cheers
                    No I'm not, I do a water change about once every two weeks.
                    If practice makes perfect and nobody's perfect then whats the use of trying?

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                    • #11
                      thats awesome dude!

                      lovely colours!~
                      my 6 x 2 x 2.5

                      http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showthread.php/57768-Disco-s-new-6-x-2-x-2-5

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by para View Post
                        Hi Are you relying on daily water change for filtration? That must be a pain?

                        Cheers
                        Marine tanks are filtered via live rock in the tank (which his corals are attached/sitting on) and the power head up the top pushes water around and through the rock No physical filter is required like on a freshwater tank.
                        "The stuff I buy is a bit pricey however it is as dry as a nuns nasty" - BigDaddyAdo

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                        • #13
                          Amazing.

                          Impressed that such a fully stocked tank doesn't require a hang-on skimmer at least

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                          • #14
                            impressive little tank mate! what lighting are you using on this tank?

                            And if you don't mind, can you give a little bit more info on your upkeep? Any additives, What % of water you change? etc

                            cheers,

                            Beau.

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                            • #15
                              I've got a reef flare III on this tank, it's a full spectrum par38. I should have a kessil a160w arriving today or tomorrow that I will try on this tank though.

                              This tank is really low maintenance, I feed the fish every second day and I feed the coral whenever I think of it. For water changes I don't have a set schedule. I don't test either, I just watch the tank and do a water change when I see fit. Usually when I get a lot of brown algae growing on the glass at a fast pace I will do a 75% waterchange, this usually ends up being about once every two weeks.
                              If practice makes perfect and nobody's perfect then whats the use of trying?

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