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Old 10-07-2004, 10:30 AM   #11
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Am loving this saltwater tank already, and i don't even have any fish in it.
8) Welcome to the hobby!

I will STRONGLY second FishFreeks suggestion of leaving enough space between the glass and the rocks for easy cleaning. I have a spot in my tank where I didn't do that... and its pretty nasty now... I really need to move that rock lol!

The aquascaping looks beautiful! Well done.
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Old 10-07-2004, 10:37 AM   #12
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Def gonna prob need better lighting to substane the corals... I would also look into some Calcium suppliments as well along with other nutrients to help the corals thrive.
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Old 10-07-2004, 12:50 PM   #13
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Looks great! You've got some good friends at the LFS.
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Looks fantastic. The LFS's up above don't carry LR like that. You should look into getting more intense lights, you are gonna want to bring out as much of the life as possible.
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Where in Australia do you live? where did you get your setup?
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Looks fan-tas-tic. I'd upgrade the lighting at some point if your time/budget permits. Hard to tell what the depth of the water is, but PCs, T5s, or VHOs might be plenty for what you have in there.

Then again, if everything continues to look good as-is, maybe don't sweat it...
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What size tanks is that?
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any takers on what kind of coral that yellowish one is? look like some sort of sps to me
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