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Old 11-18-2005, 10:31 AM   #11
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Phyl, that was one example. Look at others as well. Almost seems like they were placed all together for pictures only. Check this one, AWESOME tank
That is also an SPS dominated tank with a few LPS towards the bottom. I don't see any leathers in there at all. I stand by what I said. People who are serious about keeping SPS (especially those TOTMs) are SPS dominated with few LPS at most. You generally won't see a leather. One guy I know won't even keep a leather in his prop system because it is plumbed into his main. He certainly doesn't want any zoos in his tank (they tend to take over a tank) and he's removed all but the most elusive of shrooms.
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Phyl, that was one example. Look at others as well. Almost seems like they were placed all together for pictures only. Check this one, AWESOME tank:

http://reefkeeping.com/issues/2005-07/totm/index.php

Second pic down from the top - on the left. there are SPS's with softies and LPS's in one big huddle.

As for my "every species in the world" comment well, it's just an expression.
another note.. Ive looked at the TOTM that you have the link to.. He does not have any softies in it.. SPS, LPS and some Anemones..
I think that they avoid softies in there systems to avoid chemical warfare issues with there SPS coarls that all the experanced reefers seem to love so much.. :P JK
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