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Hey all so about 2 months ago I tore down a marineland 60 gal due to a velvet outbreak. I sold the tank and threw all the sand away, bleached the rocks and start from new. So today I got my new tank and began the build. I'm using Hawaiian black sand and when there in stock a reefbreeder v2 stocking is yet to be determined. The only surviving fish are a pair of clowns ( tough little sh**s) anyway here's my pic of the tank before water

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Hey all so about a month ago I tore down a marineland 60 gal due to a velvet outbreak. I sold the tank and threw all the sand away, bleached the rocks and start from new. So today I got my new tank and began the build. I'm using Hawaiian black sand and when there in stock a reefbreeder v2 stocking is yet to be determined. The only surviving fish are a pair of clowns ( tough little sh**s) anyway here's my pic so far

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It's all set up and running! I added a bottle of bio spire over a couple of days waiting for the temp to warm up and then adding my poor inverts back I know it's not cycled but alk of my cuc and shrimp are in a little 5 gal and very over crowded and unhappy hope they like their new home

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So the tank has been running for a little over a month I finally got my light it looks great

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Okay so the lights are on the tank has been running for a little over a month and I'm already starting to see copepods and filter feeders on the glass. This weekend I'm going to pick up my coral from my lfs ( he was holding while I was waiting for my light) I'll post more pics this weekend.
 
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So the tank has been running for a few months now the corals seem happy with the exception of the John deere lepto always seems ticked. But now I had a gha outbreak. Luckily the tomini and one spot have just finished a 1 month qt so in they go.... I think they're gonna get nice and fat

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So the other day my unknown soft coral decided to up and melt. I checked all parameters and they were good, nothing else was effected. So I need something soft as I want this to be a nice grown out mixed so I replaced it with this little zoa. I forgot the name of it but next time I go to my lfs where I got it I'll ask

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So some of my other post and been bouncing around and well have come to the conclusion that I now have dino great. Lots of good help here so now on to a 3 day blackout with 8ml hydrogen peroxide daily.
 

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The black out worked well. It really gave the dino a kick in the butt. I've continued to dose 9ml peroxide after disturbing the dino and running a uv. A few coral don't look to happy..... bleaching a little so I just put a hole lot of carbon to help. I also picked up the Dr tim dino treatment and will be doing another blackout with the Dr tim. That should be the end of the dino......... fingers crossed
 
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