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@Mcdy looking good! I can't see from the photo but you might want to invest in a mesh or glass cover for the tank, personally I prefer mesh but thats due to me accidentally breaking a tank at my work because a glass lid slipped
 
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I am waiting on one more piece, synergy reef ato reservoir, and I can clean all the wiring and hoses up. Only been up for a couple of months now. We are in a rental so I can not get go elaborate.
 
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@Mcdy looking good! I can't see from the photo but you might want to invest in a mesh or glass cover for the tank, personally I prefer mesh but thats due to me accidentally breaking a tank at my work because a glass lid slipped
Cover? I have not heard of doing that yet. Hmmm, keep debris out?
 

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Cover? I have not heard of doing that yet. Hmmm, keep debris out?
the glass ones do that really well and they help reduce your energy bill through heaters etc I'm not sure on the mechanics.

most importantly they prevent fish jumping out of the tank, the main culprits are fire goby's
 

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