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Old 04-03-2006, 09:50 PM   #1
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Cool corals. Nice amount of coralline u have in ur tank
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Nice tank! At least you know you dont have a calcium issue in you tank with all that coraline! It looks really good though!
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Did not have that problem of corraline all over the tank till I switched to Oceanic Salt
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Tank looks great!

But it's hard to see in detail cause the pics look very pixelated
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looks good, what is the first coral? some typr of leather
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I wasa told a thin finger leather. Sorry Lagger, my wife got me a new digital camera and I`m still trying to figure it out.
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Man, all your corals look huge! 8O Seriously fat & healthy. The devil's hand looks great too. I've seen a few that have an awesome blue ting color.

Good luck with the camera. Every one is different a takes a lot of time to figure out what settings are best for aquarium pics, lol. Melosu, you're resizing them correctly?
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Did not have that problem of corraline all over the tank till I switched to Oceanic Salt
Problem? Man... i wish my tank has that much coralline haha. Why are these people experiencing "problems" such as too much coralline, or too much pods, or too clear water, etc.?! I want those problems!
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I just wish I could grow coraline on my rocks only and not on my glass. I could wish all I want and not see that.
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