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Old 08-27-2011, 07:32 PM   #81
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Please do post some pics of the blasto, I have one as well and would love to see if mine looks like yours. I'm starting to think I have a micromussa....lol
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Pics in a few - had to restart the computer - sick of closing the mcafee update every 10 minutes!
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I couldn't wait for the dust to settle, so forgive the crappy pics...
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And some more...
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Old 08-27-2011, 07:58 PM   #85
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Beautiful shots! I think I do have a micromussa, yours is has such a much larger head size than mine does.


Love the shrooms too, great pick ups!
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Thanks - the water is much clearer now - plus using an iPhone sometimes just doesn't cut it - I'd use my good camera - but the batteries died last night.

On another NEGATIVE note - I was excited to see my royal gramma come out when I added some mysis just now... Sad thing was, the lack of PH flow pushed him out from behind the rock he was hiding, and also the crabs were feasting on his body - I just pulled out 40% of his body.

So now I've lost a Flame and a gramma within (1) week!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

The sixline, chromis, and goby look phenomenal - swimming all day - eating good, no weird spots or actions...

I'm at a loss. Maybe I'll still with a fishless tank.

I know that deaths happen, but come on.
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I hope Dary is proud of my shrooms, lol.
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What's that in the third pic? A brain coral?
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Corals look good and don't be down on ur self to hard everyone has a string of bad Luck just keep at and ur tank will look amazing
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SB - Yup it's a Favites Brain coral.

Rob - thanks for the affirmation - I have no doubt that pressing on is the best thing, and you are correct - the more I love this hobby, the better my tank will thrive.
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