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Old 07-13-2003, 06:26 AM   #1
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20g reef

Here's a few pics of the 20g. Still have the same crappy camera so you still get the same crappy pics. These tanks seem to evolve continuously. Nassarius snails are breeding in this one now...noticed this a couple of days after I ordered a hundred of the little buggers.
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I know the tank looks like it's covered in green algae...it's the camera...it doesn't like bright lights...it goes green when you take a pic of anything bright.
Here's a few of the frags I took out of the coral tanks. There is a lobophytum in there also, but I couldn't get the camera to show it as anything but bright white.
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Guess I should have given a size reference for the frags. The plugs they are mounted on are 1 3/4" in diameter and about 1" high.
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Lookin Good!!
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They look nice. I can't wait until I can finally start a salty. Until then read read read.

What sort of lighting do you use?
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I was gonna set up another show tank, but my parents say i need to make some money. I think I am gonna start up a 10 gallon prop tank for rics. and xenia. I have been reading lots of info, your tanks look good logan
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What sort of lighting do you use?
Right now, two 20w NO bulbs and one 55w actinic.
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what is your filtration on the tank? or basically can you discribe the setup a little because i want to set up a 10 gallon for my apartment at school and can't decide on what to do.
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Looks awesome from here - very nice!!
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