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Old Yesterday, 12:02 AM   #1
dnraiders
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Dnraiders’ RedSea reefer 250

The previous 32gl Mr Aqua was getting crowded so we upgraded to the RedSea reefer 250. Really satisfied with the quality of the system. Tank cycled in about 5 weeks.
The equipment is as follows
RedSea reefer 250
2x radion XR-15
Stock sump
Jecod DCS-7000
2x gyre 1k
Brs mini reactor.










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Old Yesterday, 12:04 AM   #2
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Started an Instagram for the tank:
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Here’s the first round of fish.
Not 1 or 2 but 3 of the rare lennardi wrasses. Video on Instagram


blackstorm clownfish


Mystery wrasse that was in the other tank


60+ head Duncan colony





Here’s a few more pictures.





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Old Yesterday, 12:06 AM   #3
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The most recent addition. This nem is crazy!





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Old Yesterday, 08:30 AM   #4
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Nice pictures. Looks like a lot of zoa frags in the back ground, that scape will look awesome with them all over it.

How do you like those icecap gyres so far? I’m considering adding one to my tank for some more varied water movement.


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Current Tank Info: 65 gallon mixed reef, Eshopps sump and HOB overflow, RO-110int skimmer, Reefbreeder 32" photons V1.
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Old Yesterday, 02:51 PM   #5
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Nice pictures. Looks like a lot of zoa frags in the back ground, that scape will look awesome with them all over it.

How do you like those icecap gyres so far? I’m considering adding one to my tank for some more varied water movement.


Thanks
I like them. There’s no dead spots with these. But they are a bit too strong. Have one at 20% and the other at 10% and still have issues with sand being blown around. It would be fine if they were on the side of the tank.



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