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Old 10-07-2012, 11:13 PM   #11
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I just have my videos on YouTube open to public, it's a setting on your user account.
Oh ok I see it. It's loading so ill see what happens.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:17 PM   #12
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Oh ok I see it. It's loading so ill see what happens.
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Ok it has been changed, so try it now. I hope it works!
http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=mhee&v=s4GRsycwx74
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:52 PM   #14
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Ok it has been changed, so try it now. I hope it works!
http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=mhee&v=s4GRsycwx74
Awesome video, I see ALOT of real estate for some nice corals!!
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Awesome video, I see ALOT of real estate for some nice corals!!
Yeah I have a lot of places for them but idk if I want to do mainly corals or anemones. That's really why I started this thread was to ask if it would look good and be ok to put multiple different types of anemones in one tank. Also if it would work to do more than one type of clown other than ocellaris an percula?
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Yeah I have a lot of places for them but idk if I want to do mainly corals or anemones. That's really why I started this thread was to ask if it would look good and be ok to put multiple different types of anemones in one tank. Also if it would work to do more than one type of clown other than ocellaris an percula?
I'm non sure about the clowns. Looks like you some aggression issues now maybe? Saw the black and white going after the orange guy.

I've seen a nem o my tank and they look cool just for my taste the tank looks kinda bland ya like what I mean? You such a beautiful setup already and the scaping is in the money. You have so many nice corals and colors in that tank!!

Your neighbors and friends would pay to stare at that tank!! Some monti's, ricordias, acros, torch, hammer, frogspawn, clams, zoas!! Like a HUGE colony! lol. I have a zoa garden growing now in my BC29. Maybe some blastos, yumas, open brains!

Oh I would love to have that tank lol.
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Nice setup! Get some crazy greens and blue and purple mushrooms and zoas and such. Looks like you already got a lot of red
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Ah yes! How could I have forgotten the mushrooms!! Lots and lots of mushrooms lol.
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Apparantly they are disc anemones, and I've heard they can move...problem solved, you'll have hundreds of "anemones"!
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Beautiful setup.
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