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"Fifty Shades of Green" - (1600 Litre Sanjarami)

Discussion in 'Featured Journals' started by sanj, 15 May 2010.

  1. rainbowhead

    rainbowhead Newly Registered

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    Absolutely amazing!
    Only to persuade the boss now.......

    Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk
     
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  2. sanj

    sanj Member

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    Pacific Sun: http://www.pacific-sun.eu/new/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=117&Itemid=190

    You could probably go with the Hyperion units, mine was a hybrid (Pandora) because my tank is 93cm front to back and I didnt want to hang the lights too high.

    I have Hyperions on smaller tanks and I should give enough spread on a 60cm front to back if you suspend them. You certainly wont need them on full power, more like 50% if that.
     
  3. Rabbit229

    Rabbit229 Member

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    IV ended buying the Radion XR15 Ive bought 3 of them but think I'll need to buy another,

    In your last images ive noticed you have made some changes to your filteration and spray bars, is it possible to upload some close up images and here about your spec on the filter system and co2 diffusers in lines please, I'm new to aquascape and I'm trying to gather as much info as possible
    My new tank comes on Saturday and I'm ordering bits for the set up this week.

    I'll be using 3 external filters
    2 will be only used as a heater and co2 up line and the 3rd will be for the filteration

    Your tank has really inspired me on this journey:)
     
  4. sanj

    sanj Member

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    The Radions seem pretty decent.

    I only use two external filters, a eheim 2080 and a 2180. Apart from filtration they are used for heating (incl. an inline 300w hydor on the 2080) and co2 injection with circulation primarily undertaken by the gyre pumps. The co2 reactors are from Aquamas, a company in Germany, but I think the SERA reactors would work just as well and are much cheaper.
     
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  5. Manisha

    Manisha Member

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    Amazing journal - I'm so jealous :D
     
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  6. J Art

    J Art Member

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    Wow, great!
     
  7. sanj

    sanj Member

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    783369a35bf27478a0b33155fb61444b.jpg

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  8. James O

    James O Member

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    Luurvly!

    Now we need a link to the updated full HD video on YouTube ;)
     
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  9. dw1305

    dw1305 Expert

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    Hi all,
    Lovely. It has grown in really well.

    Your emersed fern has done well. (Photo from May 2015)

    1600_1_zpsyrtcsqtf-jpg.7023.jpg

    cheers Darrel
     
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  10. Tim Harrison

    Tim Harrison Global Moderator Staff Member

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    Good to see this still going from strength to strength:)
     
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  11. sanj

    sanj Member

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    I think some of the photo quality was lost or perhaps because it is much bigger picture than on the phone.

    Eventually the Red mangrove died, possibly from when I lowered the light units.
     
  12. Million

    Million Member

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    This is the very definition of lush. It makes me want to dive in!
     

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