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Biocube, Oceanic 29 gallon

Discussion in 'Tank Builds' started by Roxborough Reefer, Oct 30, 2018.

  1. zombie

    zombie Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    A plug is actually more selective than a GFCI circuit. GFCIs only operate fpr ground faults downstream of the sensor, so a plug will operate for anything plugged into it where a GFCI circuit will operate for anything on the entire circuit.

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  2. Well it has been about 3 months since I started my Biocube. Here is a photo. I have had diatoms and cyanobacteria outbreaks. However, I have been controlling it by water changes, reducing lighting hours and restricting feed for the fish (the most difficult). I have 3 fish in the DT with my last fish for a while being QT.
    I have not been able to keep a population of copepods. The fish are eating them like candy. 20190131_162146.jpg

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  3. neil82

    neil82 Sardine M.A.S.C Club Member

    Your tank is looking great so far. Nice work!
  4. Thanks for the encouraging comments.

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