Ok, so my Hydor Nano 425 gph pump died last night, checked it and it is no longer in this world
Was looking at a replacement and might add another Hydor 750gph, and get the Hydor wavemaker with it.
Looking around and came across this. Not a bad price at 41.99 which is only $3 more than what the 750gph Hydor costs, another $59.99 for the wavemaker. Am looking for input on this. Havent added anything else to the tank since the anemone and shrimp, maybe get a firefish or two next weekend. Am thinking the flow rate will be sufficient for the anemone who is already doing great with the 750gph. Am going to try and see if I can get the clownfish to host it soon by trying the picture method.
All parameters are excellent except the calcium is a little on the low side, delivery of calcium tomorrow so not too worried about that. Culpera in the sump is already growing new offshoots and the Cheato has gone nuts, so much so it might need a haircut soon.
Another question I have, am going to slowly start adding more corals to the tank, is there anything that is a must to add, such as iodine / magnesium etc. Have a test kit for iodine but Magnesium no. Havent used the iodine test kit yet. I have a bottle of API Trace elements that was given to me on my last order for free.
Anyways, enough of the long post and looking forward to the replies as always and tanks in advance.
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