Reeferon

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  1. I'm using one of these and it's working well.
  2. Thank you for sharing! I have the same camera and I think I'm going to pick up one of those lenses.
  3. I'm tagging along.. I am wanting to set up a 90degree return nozzle on one of my outlets so that the return blows on the back wall (and eventually some green star polyp) BTW- I think the spin stream attachment that Innovative Marine sells is a lower profile
  4. My little tank has made some progress! - added a Voretch MP10 - added a dedicated refugium "plant" light. 12 watts of well dispersed LEDs - added 20 snails and hermits to help curb the algae - and performed a couple 5 gallon water changes Updated Picture: Refugium "plant" light is working very well and was a steal at $20
  5. Bump for an awesome deal!... i wish I would have seen this before I bought my AI Prime
  6. I am just about to purchase this Siporax Mini biological filter media for my fusion 20. There are some video tests online that show Siporax to be the most porous of the Biological filter medias, which should translate into it having the greatest surface area for bacteria colonization. Has anyone had any experience with Siporax? https://www.amazon.com/Siporax-Mini-Filter-Media-270g/dp/B00939LQEI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1488027055&sr=8-2&keywords=siporax
  7. Thank you for sharing!
  8. I've been considering a couple of lights to turn one of the compartments in the back into a dedicated refugium. Both lights seem like the will work. I'm leaning more towards the second light because I think it will light provide more light coverage to the algae and grow it better. Any thoughts?
  9. These are my current pictures of the tank. It has a whopping one coral in it right now- a pink sacrophyton who has shriveled up in the last few days because of getting caught in the siphon hose and since I added carbon and did a water change on the same day. (It's been my experience that sacrophytons shrivel up when you change carbon out.) I was really lucky to find this stand on Craigslist. It fits the tank perfectly and has plenty of space for the electronics and extra room for storage. I am almost embarrassed to post my tank pictures right now because it's looking so bad... but hell, thats the progression some times.
  10. I've had a 29 gallon sumpless tank, 55 gallon refugium run tank, 75 gallon room divider, 65 gallon w/ a stand and canopy that I built, 14 biocube, and a 34 Deep Blue rimless frag tank that I won at MACNA 2013. 29 gallon starter tank 55 gallon w/ 440 watts of VHO! 75 gallon room divider 65 gallon w/ custom built stand and canopy
  11. After 12+ years of reef keeping I have decided to start my first tank thread. This tank has had a slow start because I am currently in grad school so I have limited time and money to dedicate to it right now. It's a work in progress that I hope will blossom into one of my prized tanks... pictures coming soon Aquarium: IM Fusion 20 Circulation: Vortech MP10 (in the mail) Lighting: AI Prime HD Heater: Finnex controller w/ 100w ViaAqua Quartz Filtration: Filter Socks, Refugium, Purigen, bituminous carbon, GFO, Siporax Mini (in the mail) Water Changes: 5 gallons every 1-2 weeks ATO: Tunze Osmolator Nano Alk/Ca: B-Ionic 2-part on a doser (soon to be hooked up)
  12. Any updates?
  13. One pass still available.. Pm me if you're interested
  14. I have one MACNA full conference pass available for sale. This would be great for anyone who wants to resell it for more money at the actual event. It would also be good for anyone that is already going and wants to bring a friend. This MACNA ticket includes Friday night reception, Saturday night banquet, and access to all other activities during the weekend. $100... Or make me an offer I will accept payment via PayPal and then I will email the MACNA staff with your details to transfer the ticket over.
  15. BUMP!... One pass still available!! Make me an offer.