Fish 321's 10 gallon nano reef

fish 321

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I figured I would make a journal for my maturing 10 gallon nano so here it is.
Tank- 10 gallon
Light- aquaknight led
Filter- aquaclear 20
Heater- fluval
Skimmer- Odyssea clean 100
Auto top off system
15 pounds of rock
Salt- instant ocean
Fish food- Omega One marine pellets
Coral food- Benepets reef food
Fish- black clown, chocolate mocha clown.
Corals- 4 disco mushrooms, candy cane coral, green star polyps.



 

erinw347

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I’m not (yet) in SW but I love looking at reef tanks! following!
 
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fish 321

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erinw347 said:
I’m not (yet) in SW but I love looking at reef tanks! following!
I thought it would be hard but its really about as easy as freshwater. It just takes more time for water changes, closer attention to parameters, and more money.
 

HarrisonAquatics

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Looks like you have your Aquaknight mounted WAY higher than mine, but what settings do you use?
 

Jacklynn

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Approximately what were your costs to set this up? And what does it cost you to maintain? Just for curiosities sake.. as I may be interested in starting my own nano reef in the near future...

 
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fish 321

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HarrisonAquatics said:
Looks like you have your Aquaknight mounted WAY higher than mine, but what settings do you use?
I know I mounted it kinda high but it was still too bright so I had to lower my settings. I have the blues at 4 taps and whites at 9 taps.
Jacklynn said:
Approximately what were your costs to set this up? And what does it cost you to maintain? Just for curiosities sake.. as I may be interested in starting my own nano reef in the near future...
I believe I spent around 200 dollars on the set up not including the fish and corals.
 

Fishnpups

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Just want to admire your tank because i miss saltwater. Hope your babies stay chunky and happy.
 

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