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Nano bio 32g originally started by my wife back in March now we both are involved and learning new things daily

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Love the rockflowers!
Ours seemed to be doing great for a while but then would never flower out. I brought him to my Lfs after a couple of weeks of his decline. We have the original lights that came with the bio... so I'm thinking they weren't strong enough to sustain him. Originally I thought the file fish we had was the reason he wouldn't open so I got him out of there. After some time with no improvement and research I figured my best option was to give him away before he died. Once we upgrade the lights tho we want to try again ... I'll share some pictures of progress on my next post
 
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Darn, if it was California, I would give you a bunch of coral to populate that reef.
Cheers! Mark
That would be awesome to bad I'm on the opposite coast ... A friend of ours gave us the hammers which are doing amazing. I really enjoy the reefing community and glad we picked up this hobby
 
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Here's how it's coming along still a long way to go

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You will be shocked how fast it moves along. Some food for thought on your tank. With my very first biocube I had the rock close to the back wall and it became a dead spot that collected all kinds of nasties. You may want to consider moving your rock work forward to allow the flow to move behind.
 
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You will be shocked how fast it moves along. Some food for thought on your tank. With my very first biocube I had the rock close to the back wall and it became a dead spot that collected all kinds of nasties. You may want to consider moving your rock work forward to allow the flow to move behind.
Thanks I will do that soon. The aquascaping has been a nightmare for me. I rearranged the rocks while my wife was at work once... I'll never make that mistake again
 

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Thanks I will do that soon. The aquascaping has been a nightmare for me. I rearranged the rocks while my wife was at work once... I'll never make that mistake again
You need a his and hers tank. Time to buy another Bio Cube
 
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