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Awesome job i like your rock setup. Showing the before and after pics was great cant wait to see it stocked.

Me either. I can't imagine how exciting that will be after such a long wait. Setting up healthy fish tanks is definitely not for people who are not long in patience. Good for you for taking your time and doing everything right.
 

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Problems and Solutions

Well it's been a long time sense I have updated and have encountered one massive problem and several small ones but the tank is finally back on track. I had a broken bulk head in the overflow of the tank which lead to leaking problems. The stand I had the tank on did not have access to the bottom of the bulk heads and thus all the rock and water and fish had to be removed in order to figure out and fix the problem.

After spending the better part of two days and running in many problems the tank was returned to a new stand with better access and all the plumbing is back to normal. During the process of taking out all the rock the Bi-Color Psuedochromis completely disappeared. About an hour after all the rock and water was returned to the main tank he mad his first appearance in about 6 hours. He must have wedged himself in a piece of rock i was removing and did not come out again until the everything was returned to the tank.

Its now three weeks later and I discovered today that I have 4 baby snails on the front glass of the aquarium. Apparently through all that I lost no life and gained a few baby snails.

Below is a before and after of the whole tank, a few pictures of the Hawaiian Hawkfish and the Flame Angel, and a few picks of the tiny snails.
 

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