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  1. These aren’t BTAs. They’re RFAs (rock flower nems).
  2. I would but I don’t know how to get them off of the rock when they get bigger.
  3. I’m estimating about 40. This picture is from the more recent babies. She dropped about another two dozen in the back of the tank. They are attached well and I couldn’t remove them with a turkey baster. What do I do with them? Just let them grow out?
  4. ridic What do you think is contributing to the bubble algae receding?
  5. Yeah but, no filters or anything? Just the regular app?
  6. Are you seriously taking these pictures with your iPhone? What’s your secret? All my photos look like junk.
  7. I started the whole tank with dry rock and I was never quite pleased with it. It seemed to be missing something... ALL THE GOOD STUFF! This is my first tank (2006). It was a Biocube 8. I started with Carribean/Indonesian live rock. It was awesome because it had so much life from the beginning. It was just fun watching what would come out of it at night. I am now beginning to believe I had so much early success without the nuisance algaes, cyano blooms, etc. is because I started with this live rock. So.... I picked up 10lbs of rock from KP Aquatics. I'll figure out some way of getting it into the display. I'll probably break up a bunch and create a cryptic zone in my sump.
  8. January 16, 2019 Returning to glory! I added some corals from KP Aquatics: 3 florida ricordea, green zoas, white RFA, 2 gorgs I have 6 fish now: Purple Fire Fish (Lightening McQueen) 2 Cardinal Fish (Cheech and Chong) Sleeper Goby (Mr. Noodle) Leopard Wrasse (Leoparis) Lawnmower Blenny (The Rock) Inverts: 2 sexy shrimp 1 cleaner shrimp 1 grump pistol serpent star a very fashionable tuxedo urchin and other random stuff
  9. December 15, 2018 I added a sleeper goby and a leopard wrasse. Both super cool fish. You can also see the algae junk on the gorg. January 4, 2019
  10. December 8, 2018 You can see the hair algae on the right structure. I added a green slimmer. My cyphastrea is covered in algae... oh btw, it also completely bleached on me too, but seems to be coming back strong. I also have a plating montipora in there now. There's a green stylo hitchhiker with the acan lords. Some kind of other odd algae/cyano grows on the gorg almost instantaneously thus smothering it. I can clear the whole thing off and 20 min later it would be covered again.
  11. October 7, 2018 This might be close to the best my tank has looked. New frogspawn frag looks great (top right). Hair algae and cyano started to crop up shortly after.
  12. I also make sure my pollinators are fed well.
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