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mikeguerrero

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About mikeguerrero

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  • Birthday 03/24/1970

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  1. mikeguerrero

    Micro-Reefs 4 gallon AIO system

    Yes, I am going to post 4 more pictures for you.... Please check the thread again.... Thanx
  2. Used 4 gallon Micro-Reefs AIO system 10 x 10 x 10 with dual tops return pump and removable media rack. Tank is $50 plus cost to ship it from Florida.
  3. mikeguerrero

    7.2g Cold Water Reef Build - THREE years old!

    Wow, just so awesome to see it upnand running....
  4. mikeguerrero

    Pink, yes I did say pink! Cold Water System!

    AWESOME! I HAVE THE PINK QUEEN ON BOARD.....
  5. mikeguerrero

    Pink, yes I did say pink! Cold Water System!

    Yeah you are very right when you say that's cool how about we say 55F degrees cool!!! LOL
  6. mikeguerrero

    Pink, yes I did say pink! Cold Water System!

    Here are the drilled holes ready for deployment of ice-probes and the media basket....
  7. Introducing the 10.8 gallon Micro-Reefs cold water system in Pink, yes I did say pink! LOL
  8. mikeguerrero

    7.2g Cold Water Reef Build - THREE years old!

    How is the tank doing?
  9. mikeguerrero

    Stocking a 4.2 pico looking for suggestions

    Red headed goby is priceless and a great addition to a 4.2 gallon system!
  10. mikeguerrero

    Kat's METROpolitan: Retired May 2018

    Kat, I am making this 2 gallon cold water into PINK!
  11. mikeguerrero

    Kat's METROpolitan: Retired May 2018

    So, clean! I love your build! Wait till you see what I have in my magic hat for a build, all I can say is that it's going to be pink!
  12. mikeguerrero

    My 3 gallon pico mixed reef

    Very nice start and I like the variation of color.
  13. mikeguerrero

    Chiller question

    Remember its all about gradual change in temps, no shock. So, what does that mean? Any sudden change from hot to cold or vice versa will affect your inhabitants adversely to possible death. Gradual swings in very long successions are best and acceptable in this hobby, unless you have specific corals like SPS then it's different, you want to stay consistent as possible.
  14. mikeguerrero

    7.2g Cold Water Reef Build - THREE years old!

    Red, White and Blue and I see Micro-Reefs is blue...
  15. mikeguerrero

    7.2g Cold Water Reef Build - THREE years old!

    I want to create a bookshelf tier add on for the 7.2 to allow you to place cold water corals and critters above the ground floor to take advantage of the limited space. This piece would be supported by two black legs and two clear legs that would blend in the background and foreground, simple to place and simple to remove.
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