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There are two kinds of bacteria you want to take note of. Chemo-autotrophs and heterotrophic.  Chemo autotrophs (nitrifying bacteria) are of nitrosomonas and nitrobacter genus, responsible for ox

So here it goes again after a long break from reefing. Stop for awhile in the midst of shifting house and also posted overseas for a few months. Good to be back again! Wanted to get something small fo

Day 4: Added more fish food, 5 scoop to be exact. Still no spike in ammonia yet.

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Messy wiring haven’t had time to sort it out yet .


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Nice. Wiring is a pain and even if you tidy, once you have to remove anything you will only have to untangle it once more. Best hide it away hahaha. But nice space.

Is that a kill switch? (Orange lights). How does that work?

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Nice. Wiring is a pain and even if you tidy, once you have to remove anything you will only have to untangle it once more. Best hide it away hahaha. But nice space.

Is that a kill switch? (Orange lights). How does that work?

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Totally agree after tidying up when u need to remove items the pain of tracing back and undoing it is a pain.

Yes that’s a kill switch for my breakout box. Toggling the switch will kill my pumps,ato and skimmer for my water change routine.


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