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I gave my dad some GSP and a 10 gallon tank and a year later...

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I gave my dad a 10 gallon tank, some live rocks, and a TINY frag of GSP a year or so ago.  I told him be careful with the GSP.  This is what happened...

 

I am actually pretty impressed with what he done on super low budget.  And yes I yelled at him for overstocking fish.  He's going to rehome some of them to my aunt who has a 120.  

 

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Clown79

Wow. It looks so pretty. 

 

I wish mine would grow faster. 

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Chaozu

Simple but it’s so nice to look at

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Reefkid88

That is pretty freakin' awesome !!! 

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Elizabeth94

That really is beautiful. So clean looking

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mitten_reef

Take that tank back and let him take care of your 350 😂🤷🏻‍♂️

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sadie

I love it, GSP are one of my favorite.  I love to watch them.

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Tamberav

Very pretty! Maybe just re-home the cinnamon/tomato clown? Since it will get large and then possibly kill its roomates. 

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ninjamyst
4 minutes ago, Tamberav said:

Very pretty! Maybe just re-home the cinnamon/tomato clown? Since it will get large and then possibly kill its roomates. 

yup.  that's what i told him.  the tomato will definitely kill the other clown in there.

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Tamberav
6 minutes ago, ninjamyst said:

yup.  that's what i told him.  the tomato will definitely kill the other clown in there.

Little murder minnows.... just pretending to be cute and innocent until they get big enough to take down their enemies...

 

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Seadragon

That is probably one of the best looking GSP tanks that I've seen in awhile.  Reminds me of a well manicured lawn under the sea.

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MoJal
26 minutes ago, Seadragon said:

That is probably one of the best looking GSP tanks that I've seen in awhile.  Reminds me of a well manicured lawn under the sea.

I get a hedges vibe from it also. Looks great. 

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SeaFurn

Love it! 

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Tired

What fish is that under the powerhead on the right? I can't tell with the way it's posed.

 

The tank is beautiful. It looks like a moss garden.

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Poison Dart Frog

So awesome. What light has he got?

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Elizabeth94
6 minutes ago, Tired said:

What fish is that under the powerhead on the right? I can't tell with the way it's posed.

 

The tank is beautiful. It looks like a moss garden.


If im looking at the right fish, looks like a cardinal fish. 

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Tired

Ah, I see how he is now! That was my best guess, but I just now spotted the top half of his tail. 

 

Yeah, too many fish. The tomato clown is definitely too much. Two smaller clowns, a goby, and a cardinal is probably a bit too much. Take out the cardinal also, and it should be okay. I"m assuming by the state of the corals that he's keeping up on water changes.

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icatchsnook

Really cool!

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Donovan

Always loved GSP in reef tanks. 

Love the movement.

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travoose

This is awesome.  I wish I could get mine to grow that fast!  Love me some GSP!

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Timaaa

that is impressive!

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