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Reply #1

Looking good! Always fancied a corner tank.
What size is it and what's the black box on the right?

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Get rid of the corner unit next year. Size is 190L and it filer (daft question then should you have a filer like that in the tank?)

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Reply #3

Nice looking tank there Badger. What inhabitants do you have other than what we can see?


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Nice looking tank there Badger. What inhabitants do you have other than what we can see?


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I have in the tank;

Sleeper Gold Head Gody
Two Clown fish
Yellowbelly Damsel
Banded Coral Shrimp
Three Hermit Crab
Two Cleaner Shrimp

and lose last night Royal Gramma

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Reply #5

Very nice, gorgeous size and I like the rockwork you have in there. That Damsel has such a brilliant blue to it, really striking fish.


Whats lights are you running on this tank?

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Reply #6

Get rid of the corner unit next year. Size is 190L and it filer (daft question then should you have a filer like that in the tank?)

If it's working for you, then why not!

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If it's working for you, then why not!
I got told I need one because I do not have a sump. So next year am getting a RedSea Reefer 250

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Very nice, gorgeous size and I like the rockwork you have in there. That Damsel has such a brilliant blue to it, really striking fish.


Whats lights are you running on this tank?

The light are 2x Juwel LED Marine White and a blue 590mm/14Watt

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Reply #9

If it's working for you, then why not!
Do you need one in? I would like to have it out if I do not need it in.

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Reply #10

Do you need one in? I would like to have it out if I do not need it in.

You'll need water movement, so a power head or wave meker to replace it.

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You'll need water movement, so a power head or wave meker to replace it.
I have a wave maker next to the skimmer

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Reply #12

Personally I’d keep it, assuming that is a sponge filter, when you rinse out the sponges what colour is the water, anything other than clear would suggest it’s serving a purpose!


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Personally I’d keep it, assuming that is a sponge filter, when you rinse out the sponges what colour is the water, anything other than clear would suggest it’s serving a purpose!


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Yes it got a sponges and carbon filter bit in it

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