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gotboost15psi

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About gotboost15psi

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  • Birthday 04/16/1983

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  1. 20130222 162845 resized

    One year old 28 gallon nano reef
  2. 28 gallon jbj LED nano

  3. 20120514_113110

    Who knew circles could look so sexy...
  4. 20 gallon reef

  5. FISH AND NUDIBRANCH DISAPEARED

    lol They will regenerate a new leg within a month. I seen a video were a guy cut off all 5 legs then after a month the star had all 5 back in action lol. I still have not taken the brittle out, I have been super busy with work. Hopfully I can get it done tmr and show you guys some pics.
  6. 25gal 12 months

    nice...everything looks happy....I cna tell you love brown.
  7. 43400089

    all the time...specially new fraged corals.
  8. FTS 11-22-08

    wow beautiful....there is no room for growth.
  9. LTS 11-22-08

    beautiful!!!!!!!!!
  10. My Niece.......she says "fish" and points........sweet isn't she.

    she'll be pointing at her own fish in a couple years.
  11. 43400085

    that guy ate 2 yellow goby's, a glass blenny, and 2 Lettus Nudibranch. Hes coming out the tank tmr and back to the Pet Store.
  12. FISH AND NUDIBRANCH DISAPEARED

    Yea I hate to take him out, beautiful intresting star but hes getting way to big. My mom loves to watch me feed the tank just to see the star come out. Surprisingly my peppermint shrimp is still alive. Poor thing must be sleeping with one eye open.
  13. FISH AND NUDIBRANCH DISAPEARED

    Hes coming out tmr. I will take another pic when I take him out before taking him back to my LFS
  14. 43400089

    lol
  15. FISH AND NUDIBRANCH DISAPEARED

    I had him for maybe a year and a half. Never had problems with him at all. I lost 2 yellow clown goby a a few months back but i never thought that a brittle star would be a potential predator. I never caught him in the act of eating one of the fish or anything suspicious. I also have a peppermint shrimp that hides in the rock work. Never seen him out in the open but he seems pretty big after inspecting its shedding every month.
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