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Completely brought the jar to mind, in particular, added four silent coolers to the compartments with adapters and controllers. The only thing left was room for a backup battery for the Vortecs. I adjusted the course itself, setting different programs during the day, so that there was time for the LPS to get a little high. Added a little more team of cleaners of those suits that were missing. Got a bunch of Evansi Anthias, I really like them. The feeder feeds 4 times and there is food for antias in the feed, I'll see how they take root
 
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I decided to install the cooler on the lamp frame.
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I have hung two Kessil 360s so far. I have launched hedgehogs, snails, shrimps, stars, a few small fish. I will carefully remove the wires and adapters later, when I move the main light of four Radions. You also need to make forced ventilation in the upper compartment of the cabinet where all the adapters will be located
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Are you familiar with Bulk Reef Supply Videos? They do excellent videos covering quit a bit. They may have done one on your lights. They search for the perfect height and intensity. If not you can always do it yourself if you have a Par meter $ 1100 Canadian for me Apogee with wand, and cable to download to computer to excel
 
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Are you familiar with Bulk Reef Supply Videos? They do excellent videos covering quit a bit. They may have done one on your lights. They search for the perfect height and intensity. If not you can always do it yourself if you have a Par meter $ 1100 Canadian for me Apogee with wand, and cable to download to computer to excel
Thanks. I have an Apogee MQ-510
 
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im curious, how do all the sanctions affect the hobby there? i imagine costs have gone up a lot. i like the tank so far!
Hello. Sanctions only affect the delivery of goods from certain countries and this applies not only to hobbies, but we get around the bans in different ways. If it is not possible or it is expensive for someone to take equipment from Europe and America, then there is China. In China, you can now buy good equipment (skimmers, lamps, etc.). And at the Russian Forum, a part of Russian hobby manufacturers with inexpensive prices is represented, so our hobby does not die.
 
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Evening photos only near Kessils. Today's settings. Ksh 6.8. Phosphate 0.06. Nitrate 2. I sat at home for a couple of days and redid the whole course, otherwise there were few acropores and a lot of filks. Various modes change 12 times a day. Sand in one place is washed out only from one powerful 90 percent, fifteen-minute mode before turning off the light
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Of the corals, there is no loss and will not be. One antias died and the bull Dracula jumped out.
I'm not predicting much loss here. My biggest obstacle was making sure nutrients didn't bottom out while new surfaces broke in. Your gold man its great to have this thread to point people towards. Absoloutely beautiful tank.
 
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There are acropores in my system today
• TSA Spyro The Dragon, Pikachu

• , Orange Passion

• , Cherry Bomb

• , Lemon Sour Milli

, Sunset acropora millepora

, pink milli, ASD Mille , Pearlberry, Walt Disney

, Maleficent

, Pink Floyd

, Pink Lemonade

• , Paletta Pink Tip

, rainbow, BILL MURRAY

• , Fox Flame

, Aquatic-Man, hay fever, Pink Panther

, banzai, pink cadillac, confetti, Five are unnamed.
 
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The rest of the corals are Fili hammers and caviar of different shades. Four colors of Bawerbanki. Monty forest fires, BeechBam, another forgot the name like BeechBam only pink, Hulk, red and green anacrapores
 
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From the filtration, only the skimmer and live stones are involved. There is no mechanical filtration and it is sometimes used for certain purposes. There is no coal and it is sometimes used to solve certain problems. Commercial bacterial preparations are not used, but only to solve some problem. There is no algae, scrubber, pellet reactors, siporax and all artificial substrates. Water changes are required once a week 10/20%. Additionally, trace elements are required. With this option, the most difficult thing is to catch the nutrient zen point when imports are in balance with exports. I do not rule out temporary phases with carbon additions, this is usually after a large reduction in the mass of corals, at this time they are not used.
 
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I'm not predicting much loss here. My biggest obstacle was making sure nutrients didn't bottom out while new surfaces broke in. Your gold man its great to have this thread to point people towards. Absoloutely beautiful tank.
Thanks again.
 
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