Our current 20g Reef

Aparker2005

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Hey everyone! Here's the progress of our 20g Reef. The wife and I are absolutely obsessed with this hobby!

We recently started this 20 gallon reef which was previously a fresh water tank. We will soon be converting my 125 fresh into a reef as well. The fresh is going down to a 75g.

We had planned on taking everything from this tank and moving it to the 125, but I think we're gonna keep this tank, for now, as it's own nano reef. Once everything gets settled more, it will become the small living room tank.

Currently housing:
1 Percula clown
1 Gladiator Ocellaris
1 Royal Gramma
1 White lined Combtooth Blenny
Red and blue hermit crabs
6 Astrea turbo snails
1 brittle sea star - arrived with a coral and didn't realize it!

Corals:
Pom pom xenia (which isn't doing well at all)
Green mushroom
Green star polyps (love these)
Duncan
Jedi and Sunset Monti
Firework polyps
Green Finger Leather

Lighting is a Nicrew marine led. Blues on 100% from 1 to 11 pm. Whites are 28% from 4 to 10 pm. Filter is a Seachem tidal 55.

All the inhabitants are doing really well except for the Xenia. It's not dead, but it's just seeming like it's constantly wilted. Parameters I believe are good. Thanks everyone!

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Awesome looking nano! Don’t forget to link up your build thread so everyone can see!

 

Do you prefer rubble rock, larger rocks or no rock in your sump and why?

  • Rubble

    Votes: 101 35.1%
  • Larger Rock

    Votes: 79 27.4%
  • Nothing

    Votes: 76 26.4%
  • Other (please explain)

    Votes: 32 11.1%
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