Celebration of Felicia's Predator Reef!

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  1. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Colorado member

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    Those are a couple cool ones with them up near the surface. It looks like there are 4 fish.
     
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    Thank you! Yeah I thought it was cool with their reflections on the surface of the water :)
     
  3. Enderturtle

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    Haha gorgeous tank set up! Love the sump!!!
     
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    Thanks! The sump is a mess, but I just don't see the need to spend hours scrubbing it when no one really sees it. It has lots of fun coralline, macro algae, breeding limpets, and pineapple sponges :)
     
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    Yay! Congrats, again on the feature :)
     
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    This is one of my favorite tanks ever! Great job!

    I might do a similar setup with my own tank.
     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    Thank so much for the kind words! Can't wait to see what you do with your tank!
     
  9. Wlachnit

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    Very very nice! I just picked up a second tank, a 93g cube, and I have been trying to decide what type of tank to setup. This is very inspiring and so now I'm considering to setup something very similar.
     
  10. beegee

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    beautiful tank! be careful not to get stung by the lions! I got lazy once and got stung by a volitans. Not a fun day.
     
  11. Flagg37

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    @FeliciaLynn she told me that she's never been stung but had been bitten by her eel before.
     
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  12. Coral reefer

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    I've had both of those happen...
     
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    Which is worse?
     
  14. Coral reefer

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    Eel didn't get me nearly as bad as he coulda. Blind as a bat eel Came out of water while I was popping frozen food out of package up on a ladder above a tank and got me on a finger. Probably shoulda gotten stitches, I used super glue... worked pretty well!

    Lion fish has been twice actually. First was full size, good penetration into a knuckle. Quickly got hand in hot water, still hurt bad like a super bee sting and swelled some. Had a weird little hard spot there for a couple years that eventually went away.

    Second time was a dwarf lion that made it into an overflow box that I thought was a different fish and I reached in to get it. This one somehow wasn't nearly as bad. Maybe dwarfs aren't as bad or maybe none of them spots I got stuck were very deep, but it seemed like it got me several times and places. Maybe the hot water I used was hotter and applied faster.
     

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