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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by saltwatersig, Oct 26, 2011.
I made new ones with sure grip magnets. Kinda like them on the stacks
Looks great Sergio!
I would think the frags like it up there right by the overflows - bring them a constant supply of stuff.
Dave.........never thought of it that way but yes your absolutely right
a few more updated pics
As always great taste, color, and I dig the clam!
Your lobo is going before the saw in the next few days. It's time...
Love how it's looking, Sergio! That slightly large clam does slightly dwarf everything else, though. :bigsmile:
I need to get some tips from you on how to take some good photographs!
Red bowerbanki acan (?)... Yum!
You regret those blue cloves? I think they are cool and have some, but am thinking of removing them while I can.
No regrets ........... I like the blue clove look better than coraline covered rock. Besides they have yet to sting any corals.
I am thinking about getting some blue cloves because my urchin eats a lot of my coraline algae and I get white rocks.
Tank Looks amazing Sergio.........I agree with Houser.......great colors. Everything looks so healthy, and that clam is SWEET!! I too love my cloves. They go crazy, but I love the look, and have never had them kill a coral that I am aware of.
just a few more updated pics ........nothing really differant
I see favids that my saw would love to meet!!
Looking good there Serg!
Nice and clean Sergio!
Favids look awesome as do the acans. Do the little blue flower things ever cause any problems? (They have been slowly overtaking my rocks). What are they actually called?
Blue clove polyps Mike...........never bothered any corals ......and I like them as a ground cover better than coraline on rocks