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  1. 99sf

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    Wow, look at the goniopora!
     
  2. saltwatersig

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    I was home all day and bored so I took some picks of my clown fish laying eggs day 1

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    Nice camera work. Does the camera travel? Fry hatch, and then get eaten? Mine get eaten ,(
     
  4. saltwatersig

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    finally done laying eggs

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  5. saltwatersig

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    Erin

    The fry hatch on the 8th day with these guys but end up as tank food .

    I got lucky that they chose to lay in an area that I can mostly focus on and under good light :) otherwise I suck at pictures :(
    but if you would want to take a chance .....let me know and I could try to get some decent pics of your set up .


    Sergio
     
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    Those are great photos, Sergio! How long have you had the clownfish pair?
     
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    Christina

    I've had them for about 4-5 months
     
  8. saltwatersig

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    Well looks like the colors are coming back on my corals, I switched from 14ks to 20ks a few months back ..... here are a few photos


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    a few more

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    Looking really good! Now that's a happy clam
     
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    Got any photos of that Acro Vidalia from the swap. I was wondering how its doing theses days.
     
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    Its doing great ....I will try to get some pics of it in the next few days. Thanks again for giving me a chance to grow it out .


    Sergio
     
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    wow sergio. I just read this thread from the beginning and I have had similar issues with dosing and with my tank crashing with algae and coming right back. What i stopped doing is dosing all together and just changing water on a bi-weekly basis and it seems to work for me. At first when you were having a CA problem i thought it was cause of that huge clam of yours using it up too fast. anyway. your tank was crazy packed for a while. it amazed me how you were able to keep so many different species of coral so close to each other without them killing each other. I never test my water for anything and I get good growth from all my coral, but your growth from your corals makes me wanna see what my params are just to see. All in all your tank still looks beautiful even after the crash.
     

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