Here's the little Monti frag... it's a little pissed in this pic cause I had just moved it. I put it higher in the tank than it was because I didn't like how it was sitting and I noticed it was rocking in the current now and then.
The acro frag looks... ok... i think. I honestly don't know how to tell when they are happy and when they aren't cause the only ones I've seen in person were slowly dieing at the LFS
(tissue recession mostly). I could actually see the polyps though, so I guess that's "probably" a good sign. It also doesn't seem to be slimeing heavily either, but I guess it's still to early to tell.
The Nephthea frag... it's a little less than happy, but my wife said that it was fully inflated earlier but then a snail or a crab walked over it. You can tell the polyps are kind of extending now, but it's still not inflated like she said it was before.
This is Big Red, the largest of the scarlet hermits. Man it's pretty, but makes me nervous as to the damage it could cause after all the hermit horror stories I've heard. first sign of trouble though and Big Red gets to live in the fuge.
The palys have been moved so they are probably a little annoyed with me. Their stalks seem to be a lot smaller than they were before, but I did watch them inflate and expel what I'm guessing was waste and ever since then they've been really thin in the stalk. On the positive side though, I've notice a few small buds appearing at the base of some of the larger stalks.
Finally, the FTS. I used the "museum" setting my camera has since I'm guessing it's designed for shooting photos through glass. For the other shots I use the macro setting and zooming in. Bad part is I have to take a ton of pics of each thing I post just to get one clear one. =P