My shallow reef

jf2381

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Been out of the hobby for more then 6 years and I want to say that I did enjoy being stress free. But that did not last.
I started small since I wasn’t convinced I would be in it long term, yet here I am fully in it again.

Tank Almost crashed due to vacation followed by surgery. That almost put me over and was very close to shutting it down. Fortunately, I didn't lose much and corals are almost fully healed.
Tank is about 25g

Tank inhabitants are mainly Zoas and LPS with 5 fish.
3 breeding masked gobies
2 banded gobies

Here are some pics.

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I have a similar setup, 34 DB shallow.. using 1 XR30 .. primarily softies, acnas and balstos.. what lighting schedule you currently have running ?
 

jf2381

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I have a similar setup, 34 DB shallow.. using 1 XR30 .. primarily softies, acnas and balstos.. what lighting schedule you currently have running ?
I’m running the XR15 at 40% max with the Coral Lab LPS/Soft program. The schedule kicks off at 1pm and shuts off at 9pm.
So far getting good growth, but that could be from all the feeding.
 
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