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Old 02-03-2013, 08:32 PM   #2041
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I added 2 astria snails, 1 fighting conch and a nice piece of Orange Dendrophyllia. Then sat back and enjoyed it all! Boy does my reef relax me.


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Old 02-03-2013, 08:40 PM   #2042
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Swapped my filters from one tank to another and so on. Did a light gravel cleaning / WC and fed Em. All around 1am lol.
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Checked on my snail eggs and did a 40-50% PWC
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Thank you very much!!! I'm very proud of it. Glad you like it!
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I introduced the biggest guppy I have ever seen (~2.25") to my community tank.
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Picked up a new betta and set up a new tank for him. Also picked up a school of neon tetras and some electric blue rams for my sons tank.
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I moved my native tank stock into my pond. There were 2 green sunfish juvies and 2 crayfish and I'm now looking for something else to put in a 30 gal.
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Just got done setting up a 55 for a male asian upside down cat that used to share a tank with Tilly, till Tilly attacked it back in july. Rocks, pool filter sand, his hide a cave will be going on the left side. Not to keen on the bare look, or the brightness of it Im going on the premise ill change it into the rest of my tanks, a darker tannin look. But seeing as its in the dining room its really up to the wife Still need to add a trashbag to back of tank (im cheap when it comes to backgrounds).
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Just got done setting up a 55 for a male asian upside down cat that used to share a tank with Tilly, till Tilly attacked it back in july. Rocks, pool filter sand, his hide a cave will be going on the left side. Not to keen on the bare look, or the brightness of it Im going on the premise ill change it into the rest of my tanks, a darker tannin look. But seeing as its in the dining room its really up to the wife Still need to add a trashbag to back of tank (im cheap when it comes to backgrounds).
I'm liking it so far. Maybe add some driftwood to get tannins in the water, and you could paint the back black. I painted my 10 gallon black and it looks amazing. Wish I would have painted my 55 black before I set it all up! Also, you could get floating plants to help with the brightness.
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