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Old 04-25-2011, 02:36 PM   #771
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Cool. I'm pretty good with alot of the sw stuff but the cycling always confused me if it wasn't the normal amm-->trites--->trates

Thanks, I feel a bit better now.
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Glad I could help.
I'm so excited for your progress with this cube!
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:03 PM   #773
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LOL I hope it lives up to all the hype. This is my 7th time around. I think I'm getting a better feel for it as I go. Can't wait to do the 125g reef, now that should be a ton of fun

Just found a baby starfish on my lr...awwww. And i still have a ton of pods in it too. I'm debating changing the rock yet again...
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LOL I hope it lives up to all the hype. This is my 7th time around. I think I'm getting a better feel for it as I go. Can't wait to do the 125g reef, now that should be a ton of fun

Just found a baby starfish on my lr...awwww. And i still have a ton of pods in it too. I'm debating changing the rock yet again...

lol better to do it now before there are fish in the tank! I think i still like the big open cave the best, then if you ever get low light corals they can be happy underneath it. Like the sun corals, they wont even open in bright light but if they were underneath they would.
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:18 PM   #775
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I just changed the rock around AGAIN lol. I left some open plateaus on top for potential corals. Theres also a TON of space in front got fishies to swim and stuff. I plan on stocking this really full and I think the space will make it easier on the creatures that go in. Unless I'm mistaken, just let me know.

I have like 10 more lbs of LR now kelsey than when I did the cave thing. I may try another arrangement though, try to make a cave maybe.



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your scapes always look amazing
look whats out for delivery!!!!!!http://www.fedex.com/Tracking?action...10753043436608
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Thanks wolf youre sweet.

Anyone think I should bust up the base rock on the left side? I've been debating....
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I really dig the overhang too!! As long as it's stable of course...
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Looks beautiful, Carey!

Hey have you seen this little fish? I so want it! YouTube - Flaming Prawn Goby new vids
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