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    This is the official thread
    its my temperate water tidepool tank.
    Im gonna set it up with anemones, kelp, and lots of inverts.
    The tank looks messy with silicon because i diy'd basically the whole thing.
    So far the whole thing only costed about $40. i bought only 1 pump that pumps the water into a filter inside a 2.5g refugium/propagation tank. then the water gos back to the tank with gravity. All I did was cut a slot in the glass and put like a little ramp into the main tank. Theres a lot you can do with one pump.

    heres a pic of the main tank with the filter on the back, it has no life yet (except for a brown sponge thing)



    insidethe refugium/filter/propagation tank.



    Another pic of the main tank.

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    very interesting little tank, can't wait to see how it develops.

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    Thanks, I cant wait either.
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    That little tank is really cool.I wish I could do that.
    They will both be something to see when they take off!
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    Thanks, its really not hard at all. You can do it.
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    Hi...first post, lol. But your thread inspired me to de-lurk.

    I've been wanting to convert my 10 g into a tidepool tank for a while now, but the potential cost of things has been holding me back...could you possibly post some instructions for your DIY setup here? I am only familiar with fw but would love to do a saltwater setup like this.

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    lol, well im starting a new one right now with an iceprobe chiller. Join nano reef, thats the place with all the coldwater people. The chiller is the most expensive. You would probably spend 200+ for a 10g.
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