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Topic: update.
Posted By: tileman
Subject: update.
Date Posted: October 11 2016 at 5:10pm
https://vimeo.com/184780096" rel="nofollow - https://vimeo.com/184780096

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335G Reef
TOTM.
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2015/2/aquarium
ReefKeepers TOTM Feb. 2012
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Posted By: Mark Peterson
Date Posted: October 11 2016 at 5:30pm
Wow! Thumbs Up

Have you had to do some restocking recently?

Aloha,
Mark  Hug


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Posted By: tileman
Date Posted: October 11 2016 at 5:34pm
Not really. I've added a few wrasses but that's about it.

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335G Reef
TOTM.
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2015/2/aquarium
ReefKeepers TOTM Feb. 2012
http://reefkeeping.com/joomla/index....k-of-the-month






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Posted By: Mark Peterson
Date Posted: October 12 2016 at 10:02am
Wow that's nice, my old friend. You have a "wet thumb" as I have often said. Smile

I kind of remember this, but other hobbyists may not realize what it takes to keep all those fish happy in such crowded conditions, conditions that might otherwise lead to fish/coral stress and death. Would you mind listing the equipment on this system, what each item does, what and how much the tank is fed and a description of the maintenance routine? If it's already stated in another thread, please refer us to it.

Aloha,
Mark  Hug


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Posted By: Chevmaro
Date Posted: October 12 2016 at 11:19am
Also interested.

Fantastic looking tank.Clap


Posted By: tileman
Date Posted: October 12 2016 at 4:46pm
Originally posted by Mark Peterson Mark Peterson wrote:

Wow that's nice, my old friend. You have a "wet thumb" as I have often said. Smile

I kind of remember this, but other hobbyists may not realize what it takes to keep all those fish happy in such crowded conditions, conditions that might otherwise lead to fish/coral stress and death. Would you mind listing the equipment on this system, what each item does, what and how much the tank is fed and a description of the maintenance routine? If it's already stated in another thread, please refer us to it.

Aloha,
Mark  Hug

Thanks Mark.  It does take quite an effort to try and keep everyone happy and thriving, but it's what I enjoy doing.
I wrote an article for advanced aquarist awhile back that lists all of my equipment and the trials I have gone thru over the years. Here is the link

http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2015/2/aquarium" rel="nofollow - Feature Aquarium: The 335 gallon "Tall Reef" of Brad Syphus ...





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335G Reef
TOTM.
http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2015/2/aquarium
ReefKeepers TOTM Feb. 2012
http://reefkeeping.com/joomla/index....k-of-the-month






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Posted By: Mark Peterson
Date Posted: October 13 2016 at 8:48am
Absolutely beautiful Brad. Thanks very much for that. 
So I have a bunch of questions, if you don't mind answering any or all. Smile

1. What's the Deltec Fluidized Reactor doing?
2. Ozone from what type, size of unit and how much is it delivering?
3. What kinds of food, how much and how often is the tank fed?
4. Fish total?
5. Coral total; SPS, LPS and Softies?
6. Water change amount and frequency?
7. Calcium Reactor - got that. What are the Alk, Ca and Mg levels?
8. What about Supplements/Additives?

Sorry if it seems like I'm pestering you about this, but I'd really like to know. Embarrassed I'm trying to make plans for my final aquarium, if I can talk my wife into it. Wink

Aloha,
Mark  Hug


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Posted By: Chevmaro
Date Posted: October 13 2016 at 8:52am
Nice article, you're a fighter Brad.  I have had my fare share of struggles, but not to that extreme.


Posted By: kellerexpress
Date Posted: October 27 2016 at 11:31pm
Not too often you get to see huge sps colonies like that. Amazing job!

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