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Spare parts tank 120L mix of everything

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Spare parts tank 120L mix of everything

Postby phoenix675 » Sun 20 Jul, 2014 12:44 pm

Intro: decided to setup a small tank using all the spare fish stuff found around the house. Originally setup to house a small blue swimmer crab that I couldn't get rid of and didn't want to kill.
System Objectives: maintain a healthy marine aquarium.

System Type: Mixed of everything I'll see how this tank evolves

Display Tank: 120L no name random tank found in the shed.

Strike up Date: July 20th 2014

Display Lighting: 4 bulb energy saver chandelier in lounge room...for now.

Stand: bottom half of a corner unit computer desk.

Hood: none

Sump: nil

Refugium: nil. Small HOB filter with live rock rubble.

Refugium Lighting: nil

Support systems:

System Water: Natural salt water 

Display Water circulation: no name pump ?Possible 1200L 

Skimmer: Aqua one G220

Evaporation Top Up: manual for now 

Chemical Support: nil

Current Water Chemistry: not tested yet.
Salinity / Specific Gravity: 1.026 - 1.027

current inhabitants:
Juvenile blue swimmer crab.

Full tank shot: Image
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Re: Spare parts tank 120L mix of everything

Postby phoenix675 » Sun 20 Jul, 2014 1:45 pm

Tank:Image

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