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A 30 or 40 breeder would get the job done ! But also will triple the costs.

My favorite 40 B is pictured below, also note that this is a sumpless setup
Yeah this tank is beautiful. I think I may have read the thread on nano-reef?
 

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roccov, i also recomend browsing the nano reef forum on RC for tips and general information, a hge variation of nanos on there. it would give you some idea on how you might wanna proceed with your upgrade and such.
 

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roccov, i also recomend browsing the nano reef forum on RC for tips and general information, a hge variation of nanos on there. it would give you some idea on how you might wanna proceed with your upgrade and such.
Thanks for the heads up! I was thumbing through the archives today for a bit.

Few pic updates to share....I liked these, well since they came out "ok" from my crappy cellphone.

These button polyps are awesome under the actinics...
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I don't understand this ricordea, for some reason it decided to blow up like two times it size in a matter of two weeks. I'm not sure if it was the food I fed him or if something changed in the water quality. Now if he would just lay off the lipstick
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Just a top down shot, this is my favorite viewing angle of this tank.......
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Well I almost lost this tank yesterday. We had a huge snow storm which brought about 32 inches of wet heavy snow. Power lines and trees were taken down instantly and we were left without power for two days. With the cold temperatures the tank temp quickly dropped into the lower 70's and upper 60's. I had to drain water from the tank and heat on the gas stove consistently to keep the temps up for two days straight. What a headache....

I will say I am always amazed at the resiliency of these animals including my piranhas who had to stick it out in 63 degree water for two days straight. All is back to normal and I can't say that I could be more happy. Out of 3 tanks I lost absolutely nothing, no plants, no corals, no fish. Woot!
 
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