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  1. Diy chaeto reactor

    Ok, maybe not a complete diy, but i have an old bio pellet reactor that i think might work. This would be for my 125 that i use for a frag tank. I was think of wrapping this in red and blue grow led strip. Anyone have any thoughts on this? I have been wanting to have a fuge on this tank, but because i have this laying around, i figured it would be at least a good experiment.
  2. Hello all, About a month back I was asking for dead coral colonies to build a lamp base for my son's nursery. I got a tip to go to ricks reef and scored these bad boys. Then I found this lamp table at a thrift store. Which I immediately started playing around with coral setup. Then I took the lamp apart and started painting. Then I made a cement rock base and cemented corrals to it. And I coated the rock in pvc glue followed by purple primer. Next on my list is to coat the table with sand and epoxy resin. Then I'm going to buy realistic life size models of clownfish, hermit crabs, horseshoe crab and some seahorses.