GlennF's DSR tank

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What's the sense of keep corals in the dark?

- When you turn on the light you get a color explosion
- this is the most energy efficient (cheapest)   reeftank to maintain (once you managed the technique to keep them alive).

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Are they all NPS? Is that a Dendro or a Chilli coral at the front?

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Are they all NPS? Is that a Dendro or a Chilli coral at the front?
All NPS. There is no meaningfull lighthing on this sump.
It's a chillicoral
Dendro's and featherstars are next.


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I'll be following this closely as I want to go NPS as my next and only tank

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Really nice, didn't realise they could take that much flow.  I was always scared of ripping mine.
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Really nice, didn't realise they could take that much flow.  I was always scared of ripping mine.
No problem at all. as  long as it's alternating flow.


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