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After 10 years of inactive saltwater aquarium and initial unsuccessful trials, finally it’s back to live again with much satisfying results!

Reason? Better equipment, world’s knowledge on reef and reef community... Thank You Reefers & Singapore Reef for the support!

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

It’s a marine reef trial aquarium aiming soft coral & LPS, so not a fancy one... but am happy that they are opening and saw some growth... setup as below :

1. Curved end tank L1000xW350xH550 (non custom, no overflow)
2. Modular In tank IOS sump compartment (L300xW80xH300)
3. Fulval 307 filter canister
4. Maxspect LED RSX 100
5. Wave Maker (small unit)
6. Refugium box (Chaeto+Algae Net+LED) - DIY
7. Hailea Chiller HS-28A



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Am dosing following 1 time a week. Not sure if it’s good enough...
1. Reef Strontium
2. Reef Iodide
3. Reef Plus

My water perimeter is quite weird, give up trying to correct it since coral seem well.
1. Calcium 600-650ppm (too high)
2. KH maintaining at 10dKH (quite stable)
3. PH between 8.15 to 8.3 (stable)
4. NO3 above 40ppm (too high)
5. PO4 around 0.25ppn (stable)
6. Salinity 1.026(stable)

Trying to reduce bio load (remove fish) and waiting for Algae to populate. Still a trial tank... haha


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Some new additions...
So excited so see orange/green Anemone splitting into two from 5cm small body. They have been moving toward the big white Anemone and staying very close. Wondering if it’s being stung that cause them to split or do they usually spilt at this size?


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