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Old 06-04-2010, 12:48 PM   #271
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I like your aquascape also. The way you've set-up your rocks in the 'open' fashion reminds me of another tank (a RC TOTM) that grew out fantastically. Here's the link: Tank of the Month - March 2009 - Reefkeeping.com
I set up my rocks before I saw that TOTM, obviously because my build started in the end of '08. However, that tank from ReefBum is probably my favorite. He has another recent link that expains his success. I will try to find it after work today.
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Thanks. I'd like to read more from him. He seems to be very knowledgable.
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Thanks. I'd like to read more from him. He seems to be very knowledgable.
Here you go An SPS Recipe for Success - Manhattan Reefs
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Well I must say that I am very impressed with the growth and apparent health of your system! You have done an awesome job and your corals reflect it! Nicely done! I will have to hit you up for some frags in the near future when I get my tiny little tank set up.
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Well I must say that I am very impressed with the growth and apparent health of your system! You have done an awesome job and your corals reflect it! Nicely done! I will have to hit you up for some frags in the near future when I get my tiny little tank set up.
Thanks Allen, that means a lot coming from you. I always enjoyed reading your threads, responses/advise and looking at the pictures of your tank. I still remember the 72-gallon bow in its hay day, you had a lot of nice pieces in there and lots of sps which is obviously my favorite. It was an early inspiration.
Eventually I will have to cut back some of my corals and I would be glad to let the frags go for not too much more than shipping. I don't mean to sound snooty, but it will be pretty much all LE pieces with lineage. Thats pretty much all I find myself buying these days.
I recently picked up a Strawberry Shortcake aussie acro frag and an Upscales Microcladus, however they both came in browned out. Hopefully I can get them to color up so I can post pics.
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I'd be fine with pics anyway. BTW Why is it impossible for me to find some awesome Aussie Acros here in AUSTRALIA, but it's the simplest thing in AMERICA?!?
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I'd be fine with pics anyway. BTW Why is it impossible for me to find some awesome Aussie Acros here in AUSTRALIA, but it's the simplest thing in AMERICA?!?
ROFL you will have to get a frag shipped from America :p
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Wow, read this whole thread...lots of info I'll need in the near future so I just had to tag
Love your tank and all the hard work you've put into it. Great Job.
Oh, and great job to both you and your wife on the baby boy, which by now must be a big boy It is a boy, correct? There was a lot of reading so forgive me if it's a girl
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