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Old 09-17-2011, 02:43 AM   #11
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Thank you here is a couple my son took for me
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Old 09-17-2011, 02:45 AM   #12
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:02 AM   #13
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Wow, look at that tank! What lights are u running?
hope my 120g will one day look like that!
What I the green polyp thing next to TE clown?
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Old 09-17-2011, 03:33 AM   #14
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Those are nuclear green polyps they are like a weed in that tank I had them under MH and they just barely held on. They are under 4 t5s now in a 55 gallon. That picture was taken about 3 months ago I need to get my son to take another one.

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Those are nuclear green polyps they are like a weed in that tank I had them under MH and they just barely held on. They are under 4 t5s now in a 55 gallon. That picture was taken about 3 months ago I need to get my son to take another one.
Wow, those are beautiful! I just have a few polyps of the boring-brown kind LOL
You think they will do ok under my 8bulb system in my new 120g tank?!
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I am pretty sure they will. My friend got a frag from me and he has them under a 70 watt MH in a 12gallon cube and his is doing fine. I do know I can take a colony and frag it put it under 3 different types of lights and they will all look different. On that tank I have one purple one actinic the whites I think are 14k. It is probably a cheap light since it only has one reflector.
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Old 09-17-2011, 07:15 AM   #17
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Wow your tank is crazy! Looks great How many gallons is it?
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It is only a 55 gallon. There are 4 fish royal gamma, clown, wrasse and the blenny. It has been up since Jan 2011/ For the CUC I have about 3 blue legged hermits, a peppermint shrimp, the very important bristle worms, 3 banded trochus, 5 nassaruis.4 truban and a few stromatellas. I change about 5 gallons a water a week sometimes more just depending how things are going. I feed my tank once a week which means I feed mysis to the whole tank, silversides to the anemones and I turn off the pumps. I feed the fish twice a day once with flakes formula two and rods food. I also have a refugium, skimmer and 2 koralias. I use a mag float to clean my glass once a day.
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Very impressive setup, gives me something to look forward too someday! Mines been setup since march and you're leaps and bounds ahead of me
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How adorable! He is very cute!
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