Nano Cube 28g

Volume 28 Gallons
Dimensions 18'' x 22'' x 22''
Make JBJ
Model Nano Cube 28g LED
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Introduction

I've been wanting to do a saltwater aquarium for some time now. However, moving around following my now ex-wife's active duty career (ex-USAF myself) made aquariums an impossibility. However, during my ex-wife's last overseas assignment, she decided she no longer wants to be married. So, long story short, kids and I are making a family project out of starting an aquarium.

I decided on a 28g JBJ Nanocube LED system as a starter set before jumping in to what will be a much larger aquarium in the future. It was nearly half-price during Fosters and Smith's black friday sale at $389 with stand, and that was just too good to pass up, considering the local Gerber's (Moraine, OH) wanted $599 for just the LED tank.

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Measurements

Phosphate
Salinity
8.2
pH
20
Nitrate
Nitrite
Ammonia
Magnesium
370
Calcium
7.0
Alkalinity
78
Temperature

Inhabitants

3 Fish

10 Invertebrate

Blue Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius tricolor
Blue Legged Hermit Crab Clibanarius tricolor
Cerith Snail Cerithium sp.
Emerald Mithrix Crab
Margarita Snail Margarites pupillus
Margarita Snail Margarites pupillus
Nerita Snail Nerita sp.
Spiny Star Astraea Astraea phoebia

Equipment

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Replaced the stock fans in the hood for SilenX 60mm IPX-34-08. Extremely quiet fans!! Highly recommended!
removed most of the shrimp stuff in the aquarium.
Added Bio-Spira.
Added two pieces of a frozen shrimp to help generate ammonia.
Tank is built and ready to go.

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