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re marine aquarium by jack on 11 Jul 2010 11:35
hi brady1 im in lanesborougho

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200G Reef Update by Eimhing7 on 13 Jan 2013 19:29
So here's a quick update on the tank after about 1 year. Will be looking at more sps in the tank in the near future but need to get another dosing pump first... Enjoy the video :)

Fish include:
x2 Percula Clowns
x1 Common Clown
x1 Tomini Tang
x1 Cleaner Wrasse
x1 Chromis
x1 Blue Damsel
x1 Yellow Belly Damsel
x1 Neon Damsel
x1 Humbug Damsel
x1 Domino Damsel
x1 Coral Beauty
x1 Sleeper Goby

Corals include:
x1 Torch
x1 Frogspawn
x1 Galexya
x1 Green Candy-cane
x a lot of buttons and mushrooms
x4 Hammerhead (2 Large 2 small)

Inverts:
x8 Hermit Crabs
x1 Large Rose Bubble Tip Anemone
x1 Sand Anemone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKc8T-Hi39E

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more corals added by reefaquariumfishinfo on 21 Dec 2009 18:10
more corals added

keyna tree coral

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yellow leather toadstoll coral

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clove ployps

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16/01/2013 by skrzypek_p on 16 Jan 2013 21:32

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The Salty Side by Corky on 30 Dec 2013 01:56
I never had much of an interest in marines and i always just skipped that part of the shop as I considered it to be too specialised, too complicated and too expensive. So my plan was to upgrade to a bigger Malawi setup so off I went to Seahorse for a look. However after talking to Kealan for about 10 minutes he had somehow convinced me to consider a marine setup so off I went and started to research and a couple of weeks later I find myself drilling holes in the side of my precious Rio 125!!

Anyways heres my build thread for my first Marine setup. All help and advice will be much appreciated.


So I knew from past experiences fishkeeping that if you dont do it right at the start you'll be kicking yourself down the line so I decided to set it up with a sump. First to come out was the internal filter. This came out handy enough with a long kitchen knife. I think there was 4 blobs of silicone on each side. I also realised the importance of lighting with a reef tank so I took out the centre...

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