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Old 07-14-2008, 11:51 PM   #71
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Here is a pic of my reef in the 90g pond.

That is the pic of the entire contents of the 72 in the pond...fish, corals, rocks, snails and even hermits.... some of the corals went into the frag tank but it was rather full to start with. All of my new ORA corals went into the frag tank to keep them under good lighting...

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That is going to be one awsome tank when you are done. Great job and thanks for posting all the photo's.
Thanks! If it doesn't kill me first! I still have a lot to do to finish it up. The new pump will be in on Thursday so I will have more work to do then.

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Thanks! I can't wait until everything is back in the tank and not in several different containers...
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Looks great so far. Cant wait to see what it looks like all together.
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If you need any help I think I my weekend is clear.
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If you need any help I think I my weekend is clear.
Oh now you offer after all the heavy lifting is done. J/k Neilan

Thats a nice looking tank Ziggy, cant wait to see it completed!
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Nah, I'm expecting him to say he'll be done by the weekend, in which case I will respond with "sounds like you're free to help me this weekend then!"

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I had better be done before this weekend gets here! I'm taking Wednesday night off because of another project that requires my attention! That project has to be done this weekend too. One of these days I will actually get some rest on a weekend....

The water is cleared up nicely and we are getting ready to work on getting the rocks in place. LOTS of rock...

I'll post some updated pics along the way...
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We are almost there....The rock is in most of the corals and the tank is almost full...Man what a lot of water.

On a sad note I lost 2 animals in the transition. My Powder Brown tang got crushed by a rock in the pond and my CBB Shrimp didn't make it. I'm not so upset about the CBB shrimp.

I'll get some pics posted soon....still have a lot to finish up...
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sorry to hear about the losses man... im wondering how long that tank takes to fill up with a python... probably takes awhile
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I've had to fill it slowly because most of the water I'm using to fill it is coming out of the pond where all my corals and fish were so I couldn't drain it all at once. I've made nearly 100g of new SW to help with that. The final 32g is heating up now. I'll probably have to do a major PWC this weekend so that will be another 64g of water...
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dats alot of water...
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