200 gallons system from Poland

erich1980

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Hello,

Here are the photos of my SPS setup. I started in July 2013.
I am running system on DIY skimmer, 8x80W T5, DSB, PO4X4 phosphate remover and VSV.

I am open for any remarks from your side.
 

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erich1980

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maddmaxx

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nice looking tank, your going to have some ppl tell you that some of those tangs are already to big for your tank. but other then that issue. tank looks great. corals look healthy
 

dave.m

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Lovely! You might want to consider some conchs and snails to keep your sand clean.

Dave.M
 

erich1980

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Remark noted. I added 2 sand starfish - they doing really nice job on the bottom. Currently wonder to add a 2-3 more.
 

dave.m

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Sea stars are good for the sand surface but you also want something that will clean beneath the sand surface. I suggest nerite, cerith and turbo snails.

Conchs, sometimes called fighting conch or tiger conch, are excellent at keeping rocks, sand and glass clean, and their faces look so weird they are very entertaining.

Dave.M
 
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