Used 20g Red Sea Nano Build 09/01/2023

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Migrated a 6.8g Imagitarium mini reef into a used Red Sea Nano 20g.

Tank: Red Sea Nano 20g
Light: Nicrew 30
Return Pump: Aquaneat 265gph
Filter: bioballs, black 1.26mm, imagitarium ceramic E cartridges, bag of activated charcoal.
Heater: Hitop 50w
Sand: No sand.
Live rocks: Four 5-10lb live rocks, Caribbean?
Fish: 2 blue chromies, 1 blue eye lyretail anthias female
Crustaceans: two emerald crabs
Invertebrates: six yellow worms, two purplish bristle worms, sponges, feathers dusters, ten snails of various of turbo and trochus, tiny starfish
Macro algae: Caulerpa serrulata Sawtooth Macro
Corals: two hammers, two orange zoanthids, one green soanthid, green birdsnest frag, two blue stag frags, one green hard coral frag. And some sort of polyps that are growing out of purple coraline algae on a live rock (deal!).
 

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You'll be happy with the upgrade for sure!! Give us some pictures along the way and best of luck with your build-journey! :beaming-face-with-smiling-eyes:
 

Welcoming coral to your home!!! How do you add coral to your tank?

  • Move the coral from the bag and place it directly into the display tank.

    Votes: 14 10.2%
  • Dip process before placing the coral into the display tank.

    Votes: 88 64.2%
  • Acclimate before placing the coral into the display tank.

    Votes: 19 13.9%
  • Move the coral from the bag and place it directly into the quarantine tank.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Dip process before placing the coral into the quarantine tank.

    Votes: 9 6.6%
  • Acclimate before placing the coral into the quarantine tank.

    Votes: 3 2.2%
  • Other.

    Votes: 4 2.9%
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