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Posted January 16, 2007
Lookin' good...nice work!
What fish do you have? Great looking tank.
Posted January 17, 2007
Posted January 20, 2007
hey man what kind of light bulbs do you use how how come your tank seem so nice and blue
Posted January 21, 2007
I'm using a 70 watt Sunpod with stock bulb and a 96watt coralife pc - 50/50. I think the Camera makes it look that blue. Regardless, it looks nice
Posted January 23, 2007
how often do you feed your corals in a week and what do you feed them with??? does bioplankton work good for the corals???
I actually don't feed the corals. They don't seem to require feeding. The yellow polyps will usually grab cyclopeeze flakes that I feed the fish, as will some of the mushrooms. I once in a while dose with aragamilk, but that's all.
Posted January 24, 2007
how long did it take you for your purple coraline to grow on your live rocks???
how big is ur tank?
Posted January 25, 2007
The pieces of live rock with the coraline algae are from my 1 year old 6 gallon nano cube that I took down to upgrade to this 24 gallon aquapod. So I'd say it took a good 6 months for those rocks to become pretty well covered.
i see no fishes!
props on the tank!! If you look closely there is a blenny on the sand and what looks like an Orchid Dottyback or maybe a Strawberry Dottyback.
Yes, there are 3 fish in there. You can see the 6 line by the leather and the yellow watchman on the sand. There is also a Royal Gramma in there.
Posted March 15, 2007
awesome tank bro
Very clean--very nice!!!
I love eating Tostitos.
Thanks everyone, but the tank no longer looks like this. It's completely changed since my bf and I took down our 90.
Natrate: Tostitos are good
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