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I recently got a cheap tank at petco that I thought might be fun to mod, the 3.7 gallon imagitarium PRO delux. I drilled the false wall and fitted it with a bulkhead and some loc-line, replaced the stock pump, painted the sump section, and replaced the stock filtration with a filter sock and some chemipure blue. Display: Imagitarium PRO Delux Aquarium, 3.7-gallon Lighting: ABI 12W Tuna Blue LED bulb in some cheap desk lamp Filtration: Filter Sock and Chemipure Blue Heater: none so far, seeing how much heat my pump puts out Circulation: Eheim 600 Compact Pump Rock: BRS Reefsaver Sand: CaribSea Arag-Alive Future Projects/Equipment HOB Aquaclear Refugium Reef Glass Nano Protein Skimmer some kind of gravity fed ATO Stocking Plan changes weekly (if not daily)
Just started my first reef in over four years. Tank : fluval Sea 5g AIO Light: Current USA Marine LED Flow: AQ600 return, Jebao SW-2 Got pretty good live rock. Palys, zoas, and a shroom on it. Might get another chunk tomorrow. Planning on on stocking a clown fish or two and soft corals for now until it gets established. Dosed with a bottle of some sort of turbo start bacteria( idk the LFS gave it to me) well here is is my first FTS The last pic is some sort of sps that's encrusted on the rock
Whats up, I am starting a thread to document my 4.7 gallon Pico reef build. I have kept a few reef tanks for about 2 years now. I have kept aquariums for about 18 years now. Why I choose such a small tank? I am going to school, I live in an apartment that only allows up to a 10 gallon tank. I have also kept nano reefs in the past. I got inspired buy some tanks I found on this forum and on the internet that look amazing. I find it crazy how you can create a whole underwater world in just few gallons of water. The Tank 4.7 gallon all glass aquarium from Petco only cost $50 that has an all-in-one filter, and a led light that can grow low light corals! The tank came with a pump that was only 44 gph I upgraded it to a 130 gph pump that I turned all the way down. I have kept all the original filtration and media (for now) Lighting The original lighting and ABI par38 blue tuna light blub that I bought off amazon. Live stock Has of 9/3/2017 2 margarita snail 2 Hawaiian Zebra hermit crabs 1 peppermint shrimp