A few pictures of my 400g reef

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Great job! Everything looks amazing as always!
 

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@melev when could we get a new FTS? I'd love to see a new shot of this one!
 
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Looking good! What is that huge table acro right in the middle of the tank? Kind of purple / reddish look, red planet?
It's called Drew's Acro, grew it from a 1" frag. I've shared some of it with a few people, including my buddy Drew who needed some when he set up a new tank. Full circle. :)
 

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I figured it's about time I share my reef with you Reef2Reefers. :smile:

I have a 400g Starphire tank set up with a 60g anemone cube to its right. The 400g is a reboot. I started it up in Feb 2011 and a year later it leaked. It took 18 months to get it replaced, and now I'm going again. These pictures were taken on the 2 month anniversary of moving the livestock into their new homes.

The 400g is 84 x 36 x 30 with an external overflow box. The 60g cube is 24 x 24 x 24 with an internal overflow box. Both are plumbed into a common sump.






































A question from a newbe. I see a "hood" on your large tank but none on the smaller; I have a Waterbox 70.2 reef tank and would like to make a top for it. Any concerns?
 

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Love the tank, your video where you took out massive colonies to clean up the tank inspired me to do the same to mine a while back. I finally got the guts to do it and it paid off.
 

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