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Old 09/02/2020, 07:50 PM   #117
vlangel
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Thanks Michael. I looked at prior videos from the beginning of March and then in May and the fuge has matured very nicely. I am really happy with how effectively it is keeping nutrients down. Along with adding more water volume to the system and being a possible space for a bully fish, it has more than fulfilled my desires for it. Being gravity fed and then its overflow into the sump, it does not consume any more energy than the 20 gallon sump would alone. And it doesn't look too bad considering that its function is primarily utilitarian.


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Current Tank Info: A 56 gallon high nutrient macro algae/coral reef that overflows into a basement 30 gallon seahorse macro algae fuge that overflows into a 20 gallon sump
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