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About Tamberav

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  1. Nahh alreasdy made my scape and it would mess with it. I have an idea I might try.
  2. Well...I wanted to do this on the cheap and the scrap glass was 2 bucks. I may put some sort of background over it...we will see what I can find.
  3. I am guessing it's okay since the tank has a rim...rim should be taking the load I would think.
  4. I would be careful with those Nitrates... too low and corals will begin to suffer and dino pest may show up. I just started dosing Nitrates to try and get mine up. Nitrates and PO4 are necessary for growth and health of corals. If you bring your Nitrates up it may naturally drop your PO4 since organisms use both. Be careful with any filtration you use with Nitrates hanging so low.
  5. The ATO is a separate glass tank and really no different than any other tank other than plugging a small hole. I thought about using mine but not sure it fits the dimensions.
  6. Springer damsel is known for its flatworm eating abilities, beautiful and cheap. They are also pretty passive as far as damsels go so people don't tend to have issue keeping them with other fish. https://www.liveaquaria.com/product/2073/?pcatid=2073
  7. I guess it's time to hit up the glass scrap bin at Lowe's tomorrow and see if I can find a piece to fit over the crack 😛
  8. Just covering it on both sides...then slap some Band-Aids or tape on? It can't be much pressure.
  9. https://aqualabaquaria.com/products/uns-5n-ultra-clear-rimless-aquarium-4-gal-ultum-nature-systems Too big?
  10. Keep it...that tank sounds awesome Was only around 10 with tax 😄
  11. At least it wasn't wet yet. I am tempted just to silicone over the crack and make it even jankier.
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