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Member Spotlight - October

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sneezebeetle

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This is my Ver 1.1 still in trial but works great. It's a scrubber and siphoning all in one kit. Can clean your rock and scrub those algea at the same time.
Genius! I have been wanting someone to invent one of these forever!
 

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Guys get them DIY picture in 4 more days left ...
 

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I know I should be focused on your genius filter idea....but all I see is what looks like hundreds of mushrooms! Very nice!
Hahaha! Right?! I estimate about 200+ mushrooms. I wish they were fancier looking ones. They definitely make the tank look full of coral but they're just taking up valuable real estate of where I want to put zoas at this point.
 

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Let's all Congratulate @Biglex for wining October "Member Spotlight". All the DIY project is Amazing and very creative. But one DIY Project took home the prize. Keep up the hard work @Biglex. The winner also gets an awsome "Member Spotlight Badge" A special thanks to everyone for playing and stay tuned for November "Member Spotlight".

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