My 120g Tank

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  1. sandy

    sandy Bristle Worm

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    Hi guys just started to keep marine tank previously keeping discus fish for five yrs

    My tank specifications
    Tank Size 54*18*27 Inc. L*w*h
    Sump size 48*15*18 Inc. L*w*h

    Fish list
    Clarkii Clown fish
    Foxface
    Blue tang
    Coral beauty
    Red hawkfish
    Some turbo snail's
    Cleaner Wrasse

    Coral list
    Open brain
    Maze brain
    Montipora
    Zynia
    Green button polyps
    Chalice
    ruffled ridge
    Flower pot
     

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  3. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome to 3reef Sandy. :)

    Great start. What is your lighting type?
     
  4. sandy

    sandy Bristle Worm

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    Thanks looking forward for a beautiful tank
    My lights r diy custom made

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    Because of that I can get this type of lighting effect

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    sandy Bristle Worm

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    Some of the corals
     

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    scajeo Sea Dragon

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    Welcome to 3Reef, Sandy.
    I can't comment about equipment setup as I'm still in the learning process but great start on your DT.
     
  7. sandy

    sandy Bristle Worm

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    Thanks a lot but your tank is also amazing.

    my Maze is half dead due to inprorper handling while shipping, :(

    that dead side will be live someday?:huh:
     
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  9. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    New skeleton will grow and tissue will grow over that area of new skeletal growth. The dead skeleton area will remain such, dead. My only concern would be the growth of algae to the exposed skeleton, I would not worry about it unless you run into some algae problems.
     
  10. sandy

    sandy Bristle Worm

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    Ok currently all my parameter are zero and don't have any algae issue
     
  11. sandy

    sandy Bristle Worm

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    I have seen that my corals r not picking Mysis shrimp frozen one so Planning for red sea energy a/b is that effective
     
  12. oldfishkeeper

    oldfishkeeper Giant Squid

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    are you looking to keep your parameters stable? adding two part keeps your alk and calcium where they need to be. It's a little different principle than feeding corals directly.