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About Neto

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  • Birthday 09/22/1984

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  1. Dumbasses and a Reef what could go wrong

    do you know where can I buy one of those for my tank? lool
  2. Neto's DIY 22g ULNS Shallow Tank

    To be honest, it gets dirty a lot, there is some brown crude that accumulates during the week, kind of like a mud and you have to syphon it out. Parameters are more stable, specially nitrates & phosphates but it looks less attractive without sand. I might consider getting some crushed coral or heavy aragonite like zeovit's sand..
  3. Shallow.Cube.

    only two clowns and 1 goby. I might add more since when my tank has heavy loaded, corals looked much better.
  4. Shallow.Cube.

    I mean no human monitoring .. I left it by itself for two weeks while I was away on vacation. Of course, I left the auto feeder and ATO running. shoot, I thought I put the picture on my post, I guess I clicked the wrong post,... lol!
  5. Shallow.Cube.

    tank made it 2 weeks alone.

    how much for SL1 shipped to 21704?
  7. WTB- 24" ATI OR DD T5 Bulbs

    They are on special in BRS, 15% off, I might change my bulbs soon but they are over a year old
  8. ATI 4x24 PAR Measurements

    thanks for the information, I have a 6x24w powermodule and my tank is 9" high... I must be getting blasted with par
  9. Still available, guy never sent payment ugh
  10. T5 or LED?

    Well see.. At least now i have a proven fixture so if i still have issues then i will point at something else...
  11. It works great for shrooms lool... I had some small red ones spreading everywhere. https://flic.kr/p/p71jy6'>https://flic.kr/p/p71jy6'>image by https://www.flickr.com/people/75634473@N06/'>Netopr, on Flickr https://flic.kr/p/q3zxuK'>https://flic.kr/p/q3zxuK'>image by https://www.flickr.com/people/75634473@N06/'>Netopr, on Flickr
  12. I used this recently purchased lazer to kill some aiptasia in my tank. Includes lazer, rechargable batteries, charger & protective glasses. Price: $67 shipped