Our new 210

Tanks over 180 gallons

Re: Our new 210

Postby jdccroad » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:48 pm

Beers seem to compliment meets nicely. Great looking tank!
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Re: Our new 210

Postby Piper27 » Fri Sep 20, 2013 6:13 am

Unfortunately after I cut back all the corals to make space for everything, the tank went downhill slowly. Then there were bacterial infections, probly from trying vinegar dosing and doing it at the wrong time. Also saw rtn and stn and forgot to change the ro filters so that didn't help. All corals are in rubbermaid tubs awaiting a new tank, no clue when that will be either. The fish will be out this weekend.
Polyp extension was horrible for the last year and I was seeing a ton of messerentrial filaments which made me believe the water wasn't right, I could have had something on my hands who knows. My calcium reactors solenoid kept messing up and alk became a problem after taking the reactor and Kalk off. I added dosing pumps with bionic two part but the tank still looked horrible. Throughout the infections and rtn and Stn the corals were NOT consuming any alk or calcium, for at least 1.5 months. No clue how I still have anything left...
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Re: Our new 210

Postby angelsbeamer » Thu Dec 12, 2013 7:55 am

Dayum that sucks! Hope things recover well
Some people need a Cleaner Wrasse or else they have to wipe twice!

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