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post #261 of 279 Old 07-24-2014, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Blast from the past!

Its been so long since i updated this thread!
Just wanted everyone to see my current look!
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post #262 of 279 Old 07-25-2014, 05:50 AM
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And I say that the current look is looking good!

540L/140G - 'Tidal Jungle' (Crabs) | 254L/67g - 'Backwater Pool' (Fish/Snails) | 96L/25G - ''Twisted Minds" (Fish/Snails)

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I agree,looking real clean,like most people I like the red. Is it a macro algae?

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I agree,looking real clean,like most people I like the red. Is it a macro algae?
Sorry. i never got an email notification to let me know there was an update. Yes it was macro algae. Gracilaria to be exact. Unfortunately it was all eaten by my Pincushion Urchin.
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How many bar gobies do you have? I recommend at least three, they are an awesome shoaling fish.
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How many bar gobies do you have? I recommend at least three, they are an awesome shoaling fish.
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I had 3. One passed away and the last two became depressed. I took them to an LFS.
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Those urchins love their greens,and reds. Some times I will banish my urchin to the sump until the macros have time to grow in then I let him come in and mow the lawn.

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Those urchins love their greens,and reds. Some times I will banish my urchin to the sump until the macros have time to grow in then I let him come in and mow the lawn.
he's probably going to end up at the LFS too. It's so annoying. All my planted macros get ripped out and dragged around, eaten or thrown into my circ pump.
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What is your stock? Sorry for the questions, i havent been following the thread.

My tuxedos destroy any algae. Urchins and mexican turbos are the best algae eaters.
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What is your stock? Sorry for the questions, i havent been following the thread.

My tuxedos destroy any algae. Urchins and mexican turbos are the best algae eaters.
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Stock as of today.

Fish:
Two Percula Clowns
1 Royal Gramma Basslet
1 Swalesi Basslet
1 Hectors Goby
1 Tangaroa Goby
2 Green Banded Goby

Inverts:
3 White Legged Hermits
1 Blue Legged Hermit
1 Scarlet Reef Hermit
1 Halloween Hermit
1 Tiger Pistol Shrimp
1 Pincushion Hermit
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