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Red Sea Max 250

Post  cjmurphy on Sun 11 Mar 2012, 6:53 pm

I recently bought this tank from a friend who was struggling with algae etc. Spent a few late nights scrubbing rock and so on and now have it much more stable.

Added some SPS frags a couple of weeks ago so in a few years it should look quite imppresive.lol Laughing

Just deciding whether to carry on cleaning the back or to let the coraline to take over and leave some green stuff for the super mexican turbo snails as these guys have big appetites.


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