Saltwatersig's 120 gallon journey

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  1. saltwatersig

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    Charlie

    I made new ones with sure grip magnets. Kinda like them on the stacks
     
  2. LeviT

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    Looks great Sergio!
     
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    I would think the frags like it up there right by the overflows - bring them a constant supply of stuff.
     
  4. saltwatersig

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    Thank Levi

    Dave.........never thought of it that way but yes your absolutely right :)
     
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    a few more updated pics

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    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...
     
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    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!
     
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    Red bowerbanki acan (?)... Yum!
     
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    You regret those blue cloves? I think they are cool and have some, but am thinking of removing them while I can.
     
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    No regrets ........... I like the blue clove look better than coraline covered rock. Besides they have yet to sting any corals.
     
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    I am thinking about getting some blue cloves because my urchin eats a lot of my coraline algae and I get white rocks.
     
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    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.
     
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    just a few more updated pics ........nothing really differant


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    updated pics

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    I see favids that my saw would love to meet!!
    Looking good there Serg!
     
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    Nice and clean Sergio!
     
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    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?
     
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    Thanks guys

    Blue clove polyps Mike...........never bothered any corals ......and I like them as a ground cover better than coraline on rocks
     

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