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    Finished Setup of Daughters Tank

    Just finished transferring the fish from my daughters old tank to her new cube. Got her a Fluval Flex 15 gallon setup. Very pleased with it, all the filter equipment is built into the back of the tank so it makes it very compact. Even has a spot for a heater so you don't have to put it inside the display. Still need to pickup a few more plants but it will do for now. Hoping her coral platys are as happy in their new home as the were in her old. She was getting babies every few months in her old tank. We shall see I guess. Here is a pic of her new tank.

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    Awww!!!


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    Message Bill U he maybe able to help with some plants
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    Quote Originally Posted by skjohn98 View Post
    Message Bill U he maybe able to help with some plants

    Will do. Thanks for the tip.
    75 Gallon mixed reef, Trigger Systems Ruby 30S, Lifereef SVS3-24 Skimmer, Eheim 1262, 2x AI Vega LED Lights, 2x Jebao RW-8 powerheads


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