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Old 08-23-2010, 08:24 AM   #61
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Old 08-23-2010, 09:11 AM   #62
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It's making a good recovery. Algae forgiven, having the same problem. What steps are you taking?
Getting these fish outta here is going to be my first step. I am just holding them for a few days until their new tanks is ready. I just started running my skimmer, so it will take awhile for that to break in. I'm also going to start some really frequent PWCs and be scrubbing. My guess is that the RO/DI filter at my house needs new canisters, but I'm going to be buying a new unit to take to college, so I'm just going to fight what I can now.
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Old 08-31-2010, 01:31 PM   #63
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Alriighht. Update time. I'm doing to try my best on at least once a week pictures from here on in, all my friends have left for college and I still have a couple weeks left before my trek. This means I have lots of spare time for photography experiments. I'm decently happy with how this round came out.

I officially have a serious problem with coral. I now am WAY overstocked for when I put rock in, I am going to have to vote some coral off the island and find a new home for them. I swapped 4 RBTAs with a friend for ORA Pearlberry, ORA Red Planet, a red/pink mille with green extensions, sand dollar monti. His wife is starting up a clown breeding business, and they won't stop splitting in my moms tank. Anyway, some more exciting developments to come up soon, I scored a new bag of NP BioPellets for $30, going to try them out, and I'll leave the rest for another day

Here is what everyone cares actually cares about, da pitchers:




New Pearlberry.


Still coloring up...maybe?



My Bonsai is FINALLY coloring up! Rejoice!


My duncans pull through AGAIN for me on being the most photogenic piece in there. This is my favorite.



Again, please excuse the algae, still trying tor recover from holding those fish. They are officially moved out, so I will be getting my levels back under control here in the next week or so.
Enjoy!
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Finally :p lol. They look awesome and it sounds like someone hasn't been attending their CBA meetings lolol. Btw I totally agree, those duncans are amazing!
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HHMMMM. Looks like John or MWCF stocked you up real nicely...
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The duncans are MWCF and the newest frags came from John. Other then that though, it was an online order.
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Sweet pictures. I am so stealing a frag of that bonsi when it grows up. Starting to look really nice.
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I love that bonsai! Such deep blue color!

Nice acans too!
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Thanks man! I can't wait to get it down to school so I can aquascape, then coral-scape :p
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The frags look great..
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