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    By alfie,

    Evening all

    I'm on my way back!

    Evergrow It2080 pro-reef manual

    By Nemosean,

    Hey new to group looking for a manual for a proreef 2080 also looking a remote control as lost this one ūüėĘ any help greatly appreciated¬†

    Tank Breakdown

    By LuCoAX,

    Hi all, after careful consideration I have decided that I should give up reef keeping (for now). I’m offering my tank (400ltr AquaOne AquaReef) with cabinet and sump, pumps and what ever else. I’m giving this away to who ever can come collect it from Salford with the only proviso being that you have to collect it and bring enough people to lift as I have back/spine issues. I can give a full list of what is available if anyone is interested.





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    Post pictures

    By markalex74,

    Been so long since I bothered to post any pictures,what you guys using now as my photobucket no longer working 

    not been around for a while.....

    By warby,

    not been around for a while some of you will know me some won't :)


    my old 60x27x24 tank has been shut down and iv upgraded. not much of an upgrade only 3 inches taller but this tank has steel frame stand, weir, dry area for the electricals, custom sump for running triton.


    will get a tank thread going when I get chance here's a couple of pics for now:



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    added gen 4 radions last week and out my t5's back on the tank currently modifying the brackets for the t5's so I can slide the front ones out of the way.

    here's a few corals pictures some a within the last few weeks others are from about 8 weeks ago

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    ID of Critters please

    By andyales,

    Hi Can someone please ID these critters for me please.




    New to the forum

    By andyales,

    I am new to the forum, my name is Andy. I have been keeping marine fish for about 4 years now and have learnt a lot during that time, like a lot of what not to do but also a lot of what should be done.
    I started with a BiOrb with a modified filter pump filled with carbon and phosphate pellets, sand substrate and live rock with an starry blennie and a pair of clowns, but quickly realised this wasn't a good setup, so upgraded.
    my upgraded and present setup is a Juwel LIDO 120 ltr tank with Juwel filter housing filled with live rock and filter floss, Juwel Protein skimmer ((Pre Juwel remod)which is rubbish), 2 power heads and an eheim surface skimmer, deep sand base with live rock back wall, pillar and outcrop. occupants of the tank are my original pair of Clowns, a male red scooter blennie, and a allen's damsel, a flaming scallop, a tube anemone, numerous turban snails, bubble bee snails, conch snail and  columbellid snails a blue legged hermit, and a couple of rock pool hermits (unsure of the variety). I also have a few varieties of marco algaes and also still plagued with hair algae and cyanobacteria algae.


    By Gordon@reefloat,

    FREE DELIVERY for limited time period more detail here


    new to this site

    By nitromax,

    Hi everyone.


    I have been a tropical AQUARIUMIST for 20 years, until my last tank seals started to leak, so got a new tank and decided on trying Marine out.


    It has been a long road and a lot of modifications along the way but got there in the end, now enjoying my new tank.


    this is what my tank looks like, still bare, but liking the difference from tropical to marine.




    Returning Sponsor

    By mrdave,

    Guys I know most of you will know or remember Gordon but please welcome back @Gordon@reefloat to Reef Face

    Welcome back Reefloat