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Old 06-21-2003, 03:39 PM   #1
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Chronology of a reef 6 pics...close to a mb...

Tank is coming on a year old, though it might be interesting to see how it has progressed over the last year.

7/20/02 Tank has been up for about a month.


10/01/02


10/15/02 After receiving my 9 for 99 order from Jeff's


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Not too much difference between the two, but you can see how some of the inhabitants have grown in just a few months.

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wow the difference a year makes..awesome...do you still have that pretty fish that is in the sec pic?
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Old 06-21-2003, 04:02 PM   #3
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do you still have that pretty fish that is in the sec pic?
Not sure which fish you are referring to, I don't see a fish in the second pic, but the only fish in that tank right now is a red lipped blenny. Everything else either took great pleasure in sampling the corals, or it was my maroon, and that got toasted by a M. digitata when it tried to host in it.
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I am still envious of all that coraline!!!
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ok 1st pic that purple one is it a coral beauty?
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That first photo is a yellow tail damsel. Although the photo makes it look like the tail is orange.
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Although the photo makes it look like the tail is orange.
Actually it was orange, the photo was very true to the color of the fish. It was an Indian Ocean Blue Devil (Damsel), and it lived up to it's name. It was way to b****y for a 20g tank, so it was removed and replaced with the GS maroon.
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um what is the purple stuff .. don't laugh remeber i am still learning ...
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Coraline Algae, it is good algae and is very disirable.
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oh cool!! So it is ok for some stuff to grow on the tank huh??
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