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Old 04-01-2009, 02:39 AM   #81
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This is changing to a new JBJ 28 in a couple of days, stay tuned for those pics. These pics were taken about 10 days ago and things look better now. This has no skimmer, other than a refugium no filtering of any kind in the back.
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Old 04-03-2009, 10:23 AM   #82
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marchmaxima,
How did you get over the fear? What type of C02 system are you running?
Tonight is my night for C02 injection, will be setting up the DIY, I have plants in the tank and I am already seeing one of them growing almost out of the tank. That's with no C02, so I am pretty excited.

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That is one crazy tank. The colours, WOW!!!
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Old 04-03-2009, 11:28 AM   #83
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Mike, thanks ! Like most of us I have a great affinity for the reef and am always trying to better the conditions in the tank so look for my new tank pics soon. I am transferring everything this weekend if all goes well to a JBJ 28 that arrived yesterday. Out of the box and ready for some testing. In a clam shell, there is at first view a lot I like about it and a lot I don't like about it, I will post detail further this weekend with some revealing pics.
Sharon I have to agree with Mike your scape looks awesome! Very clean. My Dad knew Axelrod, the author. They were both in the Korean conflict in the 50's, my Dad raised discus back then owing to that relationship. My past skin diving lead me to my saltwater preferences. Beautiful tank you've got!
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Old 04-04-2009, 08:55 PM   #84
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This is changing to a new JBJ 28 in a couple of days, stay tuned for those pics. These pics were taken about 10 days ago and things look better now. This has no skimmer, other than a refugium no filtering of any kind in the back.
What kind of colorful fish is that in 2.jpg? The bottom left picture.

It's beautiful!
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Old 04-04-2009, 09:08 PM   #85
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Hi taylorodw. Mandarin Gobi - great sand cleaner, I come into the room in the morning the bottom of the tank is lookin' good thanks to her and about 20 other maintenance guys. Here is some good data on them; Caring for a Mandarin Goby
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36 Gal. Bowfront.

So heres my 36 gal. fw work in progress. My fav thing has to be doing the scenery, but I am fully admitting that this scenery was just a quick job, since I don't have the right lengths or iteams to create a nice oasis right yet.

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Old 04-17-2009, 11:50 AM   #88
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here's mine. just set this one up about a month ago, and really started to get into ferts almost 2 weeks ago. things have been going pretty well so far.
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Here's a my tank about a month ago.
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