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Old 09-14-2011, 01:34 AM   #1181
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Or maybe this here
http://i1097.photobucket.com/albums/...0/11f37bf8.mp4
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Old 09-14-2011, 01:36 AM   #1182
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its not working.
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Old 09-14-2011, 01:36 AM   #1183
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its not working.
What about the link?
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wow that crab is green!!! amazing vid and thanks for sharing
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wow that crab is green!!! amazing vid and thanks for sharing
Thx =^~^=
with all the crap that's in my tank I'm not surprised he is all healthy looking LOL

Sorry for the quality, it's iPhone-made again. Maybe its time for a better cam LOL
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i thought the vid was good quality

our emerald crab is cute but not as pretty as yours.
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Old 09-14-2011, 01:48 AM   #1187
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i thought the vid was good quality

our emerald crab is cute but not as pretty as yours.
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Just wait though, once he is in the new tank with the new lights he'll either be bleached out or having a sunburn LOL
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ha, that is alot of light you have there.
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Old 09-14-2011, 03:11 AM   #1189
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I know that dwarf angels should not be kept with dwarf angels..... But we but a flame, bi-color, and a coral beauty in the same tank after we converted our 75 to a seahorse tank. The bi-color were already in the same tank and got along just fine. The were moved them to the 210 reef. We have been watching them for 2 months and see no fighting or other problems. There has been no chasing or nipping. Think with the large tank they are not fighting or space. But i have heard of them not getting along. It is a gamble with a fish that cost a lot. Only fish that shows and aggression in my tank is a bristle tooth tang and the evil little damsels. Good luck with mixing the angles. And lighting makes all the difference in did appearance.
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It's very confusing. :-( But I got alot cleared up this morning. On the lookout for a stand now. Then I can get a better feel for the setup of the plumbing.
I love the plumbing part. I am always making changes to mine. Wife wont even go to home depot anymore with me. Just got the jumbo reactor from BRS. I am replacing my smaller ones and moving them to my 65 build. So now I have to replumb my 210. I have the remora on the 75 seahorse tank it is so easy to maintain. I am ordering another for the 65 build.
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