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    Is that a strawberry grouper in there ?
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    @cliff that is a miniatus grouper

    I dont know what molding ill use or even the wall color lol. Material is green rock. Contemplated sealed wood, paneling, different sheet rocks and went with the green rock.
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  3. #143

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    This is still the one journal that has made me ever consider a SW tank. I love that eel

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    I love the eel too. I also added a yellow head and another grouper
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  5. #145

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    Impressive tanks glarior. Love this built and very impressed with your work. You're an inspiration to us all.

    That eel is pretty badass. Definitely the king of the tank. It's funny how there can be aggression in any aquarium, but it's just a more impressive form with big fish like yours. It also looks like the grouper and the eel are buddies now. Do they leave each other alone, pretty much, or do they still strut their stuff?
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  6. #146

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    told you it was awesome lol

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    When you mentioned it, I was like "what the heck is he talking about? I never saw that!" I actually googled it and found it here. ;P Awesome... I would love that eel. Sucks your fiance doesn't like 'em. =/
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    I dont know if the grouper and eel are friends or not. I usually feed them every 2-3 days and by the 3rd day they are all looking for food. Ive only seen one small mark on the grouper about a year ago but nothing since then. I laugh the grouper struts his/her dominance and when the eel had enough it comes out and makea a few laps then goes back to the pvc pipe.

    I still cant make up my mind how to finish the wall lol.

    Everything with the tank been doing great (knock on wood). Im still fighting nitrates. I think my denitrator setup was not right so I redid it this past weekend. Test it again in a few weeks.

    Ordered a new ro/di setup with auto flush. My water is so poor even my big set does not last. The new unit has multiple tds monitors so I can determine which media is being used the fastest.

    About all the update I have.

    Anyone ever use other media to help keep the water free from phosphate or get clear water? Im wanting to find a use for the old ro filter setup vs getting rid of it.
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  9. #149

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    Well, you could convert one of your sump sections into a refugium for aquatic saltwater plants. Or, you could always start using phoszorb and nitrazorb, if the natural methods aren't working and you don't want a refugium.
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  10. #150

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    You could also build or buy a coil denitrator (or plenum). I imagine that since your tank is already established and the fish are enjoying their home, you'd probably opt for a coil denitrator or refugium, rather than a plenum. These work by establishing colonies of anaerobic nitrate oxidizing bacteria.
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