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    It was dead...which means good deals and raffle prizes. 5 new fish and 44 new frags
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    Because I quarantine everything wet that goes in to my displays, I keep fish out of my invert/coral quarantine(s) so that I do not introduce parasites. It's nasty out there right now in the distribution system!
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    picture freaked out had to edit and add again
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    That is just awesome Paul!!! You make me want a nano!!! I could put it in my office at work?!?!? Thanks man!!! More money out the door hahahahahah
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    Yea they raked in on the Raffle Items... I got one tho so that was good... HAHA... I brought home a total of 9 frags... 🙂
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    Is this also the meeting we vote for new staff?
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    So I was not too happy on the pricing of sumps or their design. I went ahead and designed my own. I was limited on width as all my plumbing is in a closet under the stairs. So I made a 48"L x 12"W x 18"H sump. It was made with black and clear acrylic bought from Auburn Plastics here in Indy, much cheaper than Meyer Plastics. Here are a few pictures: The second picture shows where the filter socks are placed. I drilled and tapped the plate to make it removable for cleaning. The plate on top with the protective film still on it will have two bulkheads with each draining into a 4" filter sock. I did add an acrylic plate for the float switches to attach to for top off that isn't pictured. I am also going to be placing inputs for calcium reactor and topoff lines into the top brace. Not completely finished but very close. I got to make the bracket for the probes as well.
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    Looks really good. I've thought about running a zoa/ricordia garden at work but like the idea of integrating euphyllia. Could chop up my 60+ head frogspawn colony:) For water flow, is it the return through loc-line?
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    Looking good sir...nice blasto!
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    Molly Miller blennies that are aqua cultured are said to eat numerous algaes
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    I'd recommend a flame angel, beautiful fish but sometimes can turn into a polyp eater. In a frag tank, if it starts to get an appetite for polyps could trade back in at later time:) Agree on the tangs, the blenny options only concern is they are rather aggressive and perch on everything. With unstable frags easy for them to make a mess of anything that's not secure.
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    Yellow or purple tang for algae cleanup
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    Sapphire damsels....good for ridding acro eating flatworms 6 line wrasse/yellow Coris wrasse - good for ridding general parasites
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    The girls and I are going to do our best to make it out. They both had a great time last night.
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    Great to see you tonight! Tank looks great. If you ever Frag that gold octospawn please let me know.
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    Tank has been on autopilot since the softball season has started. Having a little bit of coral warfare going on with the candy canes and euphyllia, but I knew that was going to eventually happen. Overall good growth and the ricordea I purchased from Luis has split twice since I picked it up from him. I'm still eyeballing an upgrade to a lagoon tank, but right now I love this little tank. Cannot see me ever going larger than 25 gallons to be honest. Love the ease and simplicity of its little footprint.