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MetalArm3 08-14-2012 10:40 PM

Biocube 29 Progress (Pics/Vid)
 
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Here are some pictures of when i first started this tank in late February ending with a video taken today.

Want to thank all of you, the community, for the great advice and help you have given me.:thankyou:

I do have a couple of question at the very end, any help appreciated......and as always, any suggestions appreciated.

Coral List:
Montipora Capriconis
Montipora Digitata
Orange Guttatus Birdsnest
Green Star Polyps
Duncan (11 heads...originally or 3)
Leather Mushroom
Green/Red/Purple Mushrooms
Green Button Polyp
Colt Coral
Frogspawn
Flame Tip Bubble Anemone

Inhabitants:
2 Ocellaris Clown Fish
Yellow Watchman Goby
Pistol Shrimp
Purple FireFish
Skunk Cleaner Shrimp
Blue Legged Hermit Crabs
Astrea Snails
Nassarius Snails

How do i post videos???

onefish2fish 08-15-2012 08:52 AM

in the 4th picture, the "bubble tip" in the upper right looks more like a long tenticle anemone to me. everything else is looking good.

MetalArm3 08-15-2012 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by onefish2fish (Post 1200444)
in the 4th picture, the "bubble tip" in the upper right looks more like a long tenticle anemone to me. everything else is looking good.

It does bubble up some what at the base of the tentacles, but not too often. I think its because he choose a high flow area.

I would like to post a video to show more details....but can figure it out.....help?

onefish2fish 08-15-2012 11:25 AM

im not sure how to attach a video directly to the site but you can always upload it to another site like photobucket, youtube, flickr, or a site similiar and then post it here.

MetalArm3 08-15-2012 01:07 PM

Video quality isnt that great, done on ipod touch. College student budget doesnt allow for a decent camera.

I do have a question about my green button polyp. It hasnt been looking good for the past couple of weeks. Its white and folded "inside out" on some of the heads. Are they dying? Should i frag the good heads and pitch the rest?





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