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GlennF's DSR tank

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glennf

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This is my 200 liters butterfly tank today

After i removed a large colony of birdnest, i place some random small frag in the empty space. They are slowly scaping the tank again.

The birdnest reached the surface and was to massive to maintain.

I am happy wit the topview, but less happy with the sideview . Full led lighting.


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Sinularia dura, fluo green

Anyone seeing/interested in the difference?


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Reply #557

Looking sweet in that tank too Glenn. I bet there's no aiptasia in there with all them butterfly fish


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Thanks m8. i am indeed a very  happy reefer.

No aptasia, no majano anemone and the worst of all...... also no Thalassiantus Aster aka Fuzzy Tipped anemone.
Looking sweet in that tank too Glenn. I bet there's no aiptasia in there with all them butterfly fish


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