GlennF's DSR tank

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Welcome to ReefBase, awesome tank.
I should really sort this out!!

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Reply #16

The tank looks excellent!
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Reply #17

Amazing, takes your breath away really....is it difficult to maintain?
There's a fine line between success and failure like there's a difference between surviving and thriving and we are all striving for a thriving success.

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Hi @glennf and welcome to ReefBase. I guess you are based in the Netherlands?
That's a beautiful aquarium you have there. Great videos and I like the soundtrack(s) too!
So is the DSR method the original idea behind the Triton method?

Thanks...
I am indeed from the netherlands
Thanks? I will be new pictures later on.

I don't think so. Because i did not start communicate it to the outside before 2012.
When i start doing that people pointed ir out that there is another "similar" way.

Although the goals are similar, the approach and tools are slight different.
The one put more focus on user innitiative, the other take it out of you hands.
So both have their own field of users and interested



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Welcome to ReefBase, awesome tank.
Thanks

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The tank looks excellent!
Thanks!


Jan 2014


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Amazing, takes your breath away really....is it difficult to maintain?


Thanks for your beautifull comment.

It's just fine when you have the right attitude towards reef maintenance.
You don't get this result with a passive attitude.



All were grown from small frags..





Pictures taken nov. 2011

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Reply #22

all FYI after seeing this we will no longer be running a tank of the month. This thing looks GREAT !!!!

very nice tank sir !!

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all FYI after seeing this we will no longer be running a tank of the month. This thing looks GREAT !!!!

very nice tank sir !!
Thanks m8

From my new fotoshoot with newly fitted T5 bulbs



Last Edit: Sep 11, 2015 11:59:05 am by glennf

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Reply #24

Glenn, I see you have a load of tangs, and lots that are from the same genus, and/or similar shapes.  Did you have any issues adding them all?
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None.. just the usual power struggle at the introduction of a new  inhabitant, when they need to reestablish pecking order. This usually take a few days

Last Edit: Sep 11, 2015 1:28:51 pm by glennf

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Some purple


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November the tank wil be running 11 year without regular water changes!


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Reply #29

Lovely tank Glennf :)

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