NOY's 110 Gallon Mixed Tank

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    noy submitted a new Showcase Item:

    NOY's 110 Gallon Mixed Tank

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    noy, Dec 16, 2013
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    That's one great looking tank Noy! Well done. How's that jebao holding up for you? Been reading some mixed reviews on them.
     
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    Very nice! Great selection of coral. :)
     
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    No mixed reviews from me - that thing rocks. Even the light sensor which is kind of cheap looking works surprisingly well. I was originally going to hook this up and control it via an apex but the different modes that the new control unit offers and the light switch makes it redundant!
     
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    thanks dennis - your tank is definitely an inspiration for me!
     
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    That's great to hear about the jebao. Been looking at the wp10s for my 20 gallon long. Can't seem to find them anywhere though. Anyways, stunning tank love those dendros, beautiful.
     
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    very nice looking tank.
     
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    Great looking tank, awesome selection of corals. I wish I could be that successful with corals. Maybe its all in the right equipment, im looking over your setup and going to do some more reading.
     
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    check gtaaquaria - there's a few guys that bring in Jebao equipment on occasion
     
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    thanks, just fyi - I'm probably going to stop with the biopellets after this batch runs out. Don't find they do that much and it seems to cause cyano growth.

    I think the best investment is a good skimmer followed by a gfo reactor.
     
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    I agree :). Tank looks awesome :)
     
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    thanks!
     
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    Your corals are so beautiful @noy and the shots are amazing. :)
     
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    Ditto. I can't wait for my set-up to look half as good, Noy. :D:notworthy:
     
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    thanks for the kind comments. sometimes it just takes time for things to grow out and colour up - some of my SPS looked like brown sticks when they started.

    anyways - more pics (have the day off).

    Orange Chalice
    These corals provide for some nice closeup shots.

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    Euphyllia close up
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    Danae
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    I saw this last night and decided to take a video.
    Enchino (Hollywood stunner) Chalice releasing its feeder tentacles at night

     
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    Unbelievable!
     
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    Efflo!
    Finally found the efflo I was looking for (Canada Corals). Bit browned out but lets see what I can do with it. The polyps are a nice light green. I re-oriented the coral so it will probably have to re-encrust before I see any real growth.

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    LPS - Chalice
    Started buying a few frags of chalices - kind of cool looking stuff.

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