120 Oceanic Mixed Reef

rookie07

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Jackson: The reflection is from an LCD picture frame...it took me a while to figure that out, as I just bought the picture frame today, its a cool under water shot.

JLAudio/Hungriee: Thanks, look back in a month or so

Josh: The lights are not on the maristar. They are salt water safe,so they are silconed into the the Black cover, and the glass. They are at an angle so they aim directly into the middle of the tank, follow the beam to see there location.
 

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Im going w/ a 1200GPH pump instead(The sump was filling up to much). I had the valves shut to off when I wasnt using the GRI return, I opened them up when I turned the pump on.
In which chamber was the sump filling up in? Which valve did you have to shut off?

Do you have a picture of the sump before it went in? Thanks.
 

rookie07

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The main(first) chamber was filling up, water couldnt pass through the sump fast enough to keep up with the GRI return...sorry, no pictures of the sump alone outside the tank.
I only had the valves closed b/c The setup hadnt been tested at the point when I took pictures.
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New Posiden Pump installed....everything is working well, just tweaking some things.....pictures to be posted this weekend
 
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Tank is ready for livestock. I still have to add the old rocks from my other tank, but here are a few pictures I Just took.

Full Tank Shot:


Close Up on Rock Structure(Blue Throat Trigger & Corals:


Blue Throat Trigger:


Small Orange Zoanthid Rock:


Mushroom Rock(about 35 polyps):




Yellow/Green Leather:


Baby Angler(.75")(He is so cute):


Angler, Shrimp & Hermit:
 
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Yourbedormine18: The angler is so small, that I have a long time before it will be big enough to eat anything other than chromis. When It gets to big, I will give it away, or move it myself.

Juggernaut: Send me a PM
 

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anglers tend to eat things bigger than them but I dont wish loss of anylive stock just trying to give u a heads up



PS that ric rock is a sweet piece
 

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I added all but 1 rock and a few corals from my old tank. The rock work is almost complete. I just need to add a few corals w/ alot of rock to fill in a few "holes".
My skimmer is producing alot of bubbles right now, so ignore all the bubbles, if you can(I can't!).

Front View:








Right Side:


Left Side:
 

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