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dvs1986

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About dvs1986

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  • Birthday 03/19/1986

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  1. ive been using the tunze nano osmolator for years without any issues.
  2. Id say kill the refugium light. the tank doesn't really need a refugium with regular water changes. In the end its more likely whatever you're growing in there is going to die and release all the nutrients.
  3. that controller was a huge sell for me. Kessils are great, but extra purchases on an already expensive item was a deal breaker for me. I also considered a nanobox, but ultimately didn't due to price. if you haven't noticed, im a cheap ass. I love my prime.
  4. I have the icecap 1k nano skimmer on my tank and it's been great, not to mention you don't have to modify the back chambers at all. I also keep an AI Prime HD on my tank and its more light than you'll need especially if you're not doing much SPS. i only have one on my tank at the moment, but it does leave some shadowed areas around the edge. a lot of people don't like that, but i find it provides areas for low light corals to thrive.
  5. slap a patent on that bad boy!
  6. i have the icecap and it works great. i had microbubbles for one day, and i can tune it easy enough. the only thing i don't like is you cant use the magnetic mount that comes with it. it just sits in the chamber and can move around a little bit. i have mine in chamber 2 on the right side.
  7. @dvs_evo13 used to be an evo 13.5, but not I have a IM 25 lagoon
  8. yes. i had a acan colony that came to me as one live head surrounded by dead skeleton. i cut off some of the outer ones, but left the dead skeleton near the head. it regrew over them and looks great now.
  9. wish i had your carpentry skills. great looking stand!
  10. i think we can all agree, that without a better picture, none of us can be sure. i've seen really big copepods, and most amphipods have an arched back structure... but we're all just guessing what these blurry smudges are. lets get a better photo OP.
  11. they're copepods. they're a sign that your tank is in good health. you want to keep them. some fish will eat them. free fish food.
  12. Heres my tank. I started dosing after finding out my Calcium had dropped to 250 and now everything is growing like weeds. i love it. SPS is taking off and my montipora caps have all gained their color back!
  13. what size mighty jet do you have?
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