brad908

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  1. Thank you!
  2. Maybe a lion-fish?
  3. WIth cloudy water I'm debating to switch tanks around. Move the bigger macro/mangrove tank back to my 18" cube, then place this inside the 48x18x14. Just Fiji pink sand, mangroves, and a ton of chromis or similar brackish/fw grouping fish.
  4. I don't know why the back one is growing like that, lol. I never trimmed that one, grew naturally like that. All the other ones have been pruned though after each set of leaves has grown in.
  5. Thanks!
  6. Week 20. 4/15 will be 21 weeks. Glass is dirty and sand got pushed around since I've been lazy about top offs. Mangroves are doing well.
  7. Exactly one month ago, will update hopefully tonight with new pictures. Pretty big growth change and roots are starting to come out of the sand (probably won't be able to capture this in photos yet)
  8. nice, looks good.
  9. I was doing a water change, but technically they could probably survive in that little bit of water. I was thinking of adding some mollies this past weekend, but didn't have a chance to get to the LFS.
  10. Bringing the mangroves in a bit
  11. Reefing is always at least 10 years behind what FW aquarists do; backlighting has been going on for many, many years. Check these before and after photos (not my tank) With backlight
  12. Thanks. Probably stain the outside edges in a dark stain to match the stand, then thinking of just doing a white wash finish. We also thought about painting it some blue/gold/white. We will see. It just sits there for now, might add something to the bottom so it slides a little easier. Wish we could get rid of this carpet too.
  13. Hard to pass these just sitting in the garage everyday. Might need a garage tank soon haha
  14. Just looked them up, cool fish but says they need 125 gallons +. This is 5 gallons lol Thanks!