Drstardust's new fowlr!

drstardust

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Just moved to a new city and set up a new tank after moving my fish long distance. They all made it, I even re-quarantined them just be to sure parasites were not being introduced. After the tank finished cycling for 6 weeks, in they went, and I plan to get a couple more fishies! Current list is Dogface puffer, Koran Angel, Hippo Tang, Coral Beauty Angel, Lyretail Anthias, Royal Gramma, Yellow Watchman Goby, and a pair of clowns.

Set up. It's in place!
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Got it wet!
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Rocks are in!
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Slight setback with pinhole size leak in the overflow pipe. Swapped out for a new one.
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The holding tank, after fish QT, while the main tank cycles. The only use I have found for artificial corals thus far lol!
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My pride an joy puffer, "Bruno"
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And after they went in 6 weeks later, Bruno loved chilling on the powerhead in the new tank, too :)
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FTS once they were all in. Not cooperative with the photographer, though. Only a few came out to play!

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Stay tuned for more!
 
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nice! I do love me a good FOWLR thinking about setting one up but I have 2 builds going. I better focus on them...haha but i can dream eh?

is that the 210?
 
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nice! I do love me a good FOWLR thinking about setting one up but I have 2 builds going. I better focus on them...haha but i can dream eh?

is that the 210?
Sweet, I'd be excited to see it. It's a 150 which I think is the least common of the 6ft long tanks. 125, 180, and 210 are more popular.
 
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