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Old 08-30-2003, 11:24 PM   #11
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OK, this is really a pretty old post but I guess I'll bump it!
1 Tomato Clownfish
1 Yellow Tang
1 Six line Wrasse
1 Engineer Goby
3 Neon Velvet Damselfish
1 Flame Scallop
1 Pink Tip Anemone
1 Rock Anemone
1 Purple Nudibranch
1 Sea Apple
1 Coral Banded Shrimp(he is a riot)
1 Turbo Snail ( I want more but everywhere I go, they're out of them)
1 Chocolate Chip Star
1 Orange Linkia Star

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Old 08-31-2003, 12:59 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by roadster3043
I have a 10gal. nano(5 months old) and has the following: ...2 False perculas...1 Yellow wrasse...1 Yellow watchman goby.
Goodness, mate, that sure is a bunch of fish for 10 gallons. 8O

Anywho, here I go
55 gal:
1 true percula
1 false percula
1 dragon goby
1 mandarin dragonette
2 red-stripe cleaner shrimp
2 peppermint shrimp
1 brittle star
1 serpent star
1 carpet anenome
1 saddle anenome
1 hatain pink-tip condilactis
1 leather finger
1 green-star poly colony
6 mushroom rocks (green hairy, green metalic, green stripe, red metallic, mixed, and striped burgandy)
1 green mantis shrimp (hitchhiker)
1 red linckia
several snails (cerith, turbo, nasarius, bumblebee)
several crabs (neon blue-leg hermit, hawain zebra hermit, sallie lightfoot, scarlet hermit, left handed hermit)

I think thats everybody

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Old 08-31-2003, 07:05 AM   #13
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My current reef tank is a 20g long mixed nano reef.

-AllGlass Aquarium 20 long aquarium
-DIY HOB refugium run by a Rio 1100 pump
-CPR Bak Pak 2R Protien Skimmer
-Surgemaster wavemaker
-MaxiJet 1000 powerhead
-Rio 800 powerhead
-Custom Sea Life Prism Pendant ( 1 X 175W MH [Ushio 10K lamp] and 2 X 28W PC "true" actinics)
-DIY open topped canopy to reduce light spillage
-6" clip on fan to cool the water
-100W Visitherm heater
-Tropic Marin salt

Live Stock
-32 lbs of Live Rock (5 pieces; 1 piece of Tonga and 4 pieces of Aquacultured)
-1.5" CaribSea Seaflor special reef grade sand
-1 Redlipped Blenny (Ophioblennius atlanticus)
-1 Yellow Watchman Goby (Cryptocentrus cinctus)
-1 TR True Percula Clown (Amphiprion percula)
-1 Blue Linckia (Linckia laevigata)
-Lots of Stomatella Varia snails
-5 Keyhole limpets that I've seen
-3 Nassarius snails
-4 Cerrith Snails
-8 Trochus snails
-8 Dwarf Zebra hermit crabs
-Halimeda in the fuge and in the tank
-Chaetomorph (in the fuge)
-Green Star Polyps (Pachyclavularia vioacea) all over the tank (including the back glass)
-1 Horn coral frag (Hydnophora rigida)
-1 Pink Acropora frag (Acropora spp)
-1 Carpet mushroom rock (Rhodactis spp)
-6 Colonies of zoos (Zoanthus spp)
- Orange ricordea (Ricordea florida)
-1 Green Monti (Montipora digitata)
-1 Purple Monti (Montipora digitata)
-1 Orange Monti (Montipora digitata)
-2 Pink and Tan Montis (Montipora digitata)
-1 lo mein coral LOL (Anacropora sp.)
-1 Green Monti (Montipora spumosa)
-1 Blue Acro (Acropora sp.)
-1 Yellow Acro (acropora sp.)
-1 Pink Pocillipora (Pocillipora damicornis)
-2 Green and brown Pocillipora (Pocillipora damicornis)
-1 Green Acro frags (Acropora spp)
-1 Orange M. cap (Montipora capricornis)
-1 Red Birds nest frag (Sieratapora hystrix)
-1 Green and Pink Acro frag (Acropora millepora)
-1 Light blue Staghorn Acro frag (Acropora spp)
-1 Blue tipped Staghorn Acro frag (Acropora spp)
-1 Green and Purple Acro frag (Acropora spp)
-3 Scroll coral frags (Turbinaria reniformis)
-Red Sea Pulsing Xenia (Xenia elongata)
-2 Colonies of green button polyps (Protopalythoa spp)

I think thats all of it...

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Old 08-31-2003, 10:55 AM   #14
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Okay here's my 30 Gallon w/ about 20 lbs of LR
- 2 False Percs
- 1 Firefish
- 1 Parapercis Blenny ( Is there a 'common' name? He's got beautiful red vert strips and little green near the gills)
- 2 Peppermint shrimp
- 1 Shunk Cleaner shrimp
- 5-6 Turbo snails
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Old 08-31-2003, 03:54 PM   #15
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- 1 Parapercis Blenny ( Is there a 'common' name? He's got beautiful red vert strips and little green near the gills)
Depends on the exact species but they are commonly refered to as a sand perch... As you can see >>here<< there are many.

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Old 08-31-2003, 06:22 PM   #16
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29 g
small longhorn cowfish ( about 2 in)
ocellaris clown (about 1 in)
bluethrought trigger ( about 3 to 4 in)
marine betta (about 4in)

75 g
golden puffer ,or my little princess (about 9 in ) i can hand feed her,pet her , and hold her
yellowtail damsel (about 1 in)

180 g
undilate trigger ( 5 in)
niger trigger (5 in)
bluespot toby (2 in)
lunar wrasse (3 in)
goldentail eel (13 in)
banded eel (10 in)
yellowhead eel (10in)
snowflake eel (6in)
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Old 08-31-2003, 06:49 PM   #17
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Reefrunner69, I feel so inadequate...lol. I have a 29gallon in my office at work. It has an eclipse 3 hood, that has been retrofitted with 65watt PC 50/50 bulb. I looked into an in the tank skimmer, and found that the visi-jet system would fit into the space to the right side of my hood. Looks sweet I think. I am using the eclipse hood for water movement only. I have two mini-jets in the tank as well for additional circulation. I am posting the pics of set-up. I will get updated pics this week of my live stock. It has only been set up for 2 months....but it looks nice. I can't wait for another couple of months, till it matures. Here is my live stock

1-Green Bali Flat Brain - Really nice looking species
1-Lg Favites(Pineapple) - sharp colors(haven't seen the sweeper tentacles yet, in my office, and I'm not there at night)
6-Different Mushrooms - normal stuff
3-Different Polyps - metallic green and yellow and some other strange colored ones(unknown species)
3-Different Buttons - well, they're buttons...need I say more
25 Red Legged Hermits - got lucky, got one staghorn hermit, 6 pumpkin or halloween crabs and 6 electric orange....these were supposed to be red legged hermits...I'm lucky
25 Margarita Snails - boring
2 Peppermint Shrimp - must have for aptasia, look neat
1 Fire Shrimp - he's a bute....and very personable
1 Six Line Wrasse - happy go lucky....no fear
1 Royal Gramma - don't see him often, only during feedings....
1 Lawn Mower Blenny - funny guy....love watching him munching.

Here are the tank set up pics.

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Old 08-31-2003, 11:50 PM   #18
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55 gal FOWLR

5 Green Chromis
1 Bi-color Blenny
3 Emerald Crabs
2 Red crabs
~20 Blue Leg Hermits

This is a fairly new tank. Had a little trouble keeping Chromis thriving, but these are doing well. The Blenny is my fave. He adds so much personality. He is the people watcher of the group. We had some friends over to watch the Alabama game Saturday and he put on a little show swimming hole to hole and just watching all the gang
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Old 09-01-2003, 12:04 AM   #19
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Not much in my 20 long.

1 Royal Gramma
1 4stripped Damsel
Lots of Stomatella Varia
1 Turbo Snail
Chocolate Chip Starfish
Blue Leg hermit
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Old 09-01-2003, 02:27 PM   #20
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steve-s -- Thanks. It appears I have a Parapercis Schauinslandii or Redspotted Sandperch (one of several 'common' names).

Great link I couldn't find any good info on this little guy.

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