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Old 05-02-2012, 10:17 AM   #41
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Nice... i need a real job for that haba
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Old 05-06-2012, 04:31 PM   #42
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Nice... i need a real job for that haba
Lol nah just dont buy food for yourself.
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Old 05-06-2012, 10:18 PM   #43
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Lol nah just dont buy food for yourself.
I tried but ....

Hi my name is josh i am a foodaholic and its now been 30 minutes since my last relaps haga
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Old 06-15-2012, 01:54 PM   #44
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So i thought I would post an update. The tank is now fully stocked I think. I am happy with the movement and color of this fish in the tank so I think i am finished with fish. Now I get to move onto more corals and a clam.

Stock List Includes:
Midis Blenny
Snowflake Clown
Sailfin Tang - Juvenal (I know he will get to big I have plans)
One Spot Fox Face Lo
4x Chromis
Royal Gramma
Banggai Cardinalfish

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So i thought I would post an update. The tank is now fully stocked I think. I am happy with the movement and color of this fish in the tank so I think i am finished with fish. Now I get to move onto more corals and a clam.

Stock List Includes:
Midis Blenny
Snowflake Clown
Sailfin Tang - Juvenal (I know he will get to big I have plans)
One Spot Fox Face Lo
4x Chromis
Royal Gramma
Banggai Cardinalfish

Inverts:
Fire Shrimp
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Banded Long Spin Urchin
Serpent Star
6x Scarlet Hermits

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Tank looks great and look like you have alot of active fish!
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Old 06-15-2012, 07:32 PM   #46
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Tank looks great and look like you have alot of active fish!
active fish is what im all about. I tend to stay away from fish that dont move alot. the activity in a coral tank makes it pop imo. I see to many reef tanks with a bunch of fish that dont swim around and it makes the tank dull.
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Old 03-19-2013, 03:51 PM   #47
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A few months ago I took my corals out and made it a fowlr because of a issue with Hydroids killing my corals. Well about 2 months after I did that the hydroids vanished and I havent ever seen them again. I have had my corals in a 40g reef that I set up. I got a new job that I work alot more at and I just dont have the time for 2 tanks anymore so I am going to turn my tank back into a reef. I figured hey, why not just use my build thread.

I added sand because I had a Dragon Wrasse so I am currently in the process of selling my fish. After I sell my fish I will remove the sand bed and reaqua scape and move everything in the 40g back int othe 75g and take down the 40g after I use it to QT my fish I get for the new tank. It will only be a few fish as I want to focus on having it really clean.

I have new lighting because when I was out of town my sister must of hit my lockline and moved the one side up and it was splashing water onto my LED's and now they dont work so I get 2x Dimmible toatonics and am quite happy with them honestly.

Heres a picture of the tank today: I will be posting more information as I go about the build.
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