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    Hi, Yes i think the powder blue is the best looking fish on the planet but im biased lol, Heres the pictures i promised, my camera always picks up the blue colour but you can see the results
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    Like i said before, the only filtration giving me these results is the 2 scrubbers shown and a polyfilter. No skimmer, no phosban reactor, nothing else, not even foam or filter floss
    This HAS TO BE the best filter available.

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    Yep, the open and natural filtration allows the most food particles to float around, creating the thickest periphyton and the most coral growth (and food for anthias, etc).

    You should create a tank show-off thread:
    http://algaescrubber.net/forums/foru...ubber-pictures

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    Think ive shown all the results, camera aint great enough to show more detail.
    I will post more on here if and when theres anything more interesting to add :-)

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