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This is not a challenge to see who can throw the best dinner party  :wink:

We're after your best photo of something in your tank hosting another creature e.g. an anemone hosting a clown, etc.

We'll wait until we have a decent number, then give a few more days notice for any last minute entries.

Get posting those pics!
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Reply #1

Mine.

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Reply #2

Here is my dwarf hawkfish hosting a... well... Thermometerus-madeupnamerus. He loves sitting there.

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Reply #3

You win for the oddest hosting combination! lol
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Reply #4

I finally have something hosting in my tank, so here's my shot:
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I could post a pic of me hosting my tank? Hahaha :p

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Reply #6

Show off!

I'll get StevieH to come on here, he'll show your daft little 1024L tank up!  :tongue: :kiss:
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Reply #7

Hahhaah how big is his? :p

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Reply #8

2,442L @ 11'6x36''x30''

You can see pictures of it's build here: http://reefcentral.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/13762-my-11ft6-x36-x30-upgrade

It's got a 7x2x2 sump, so 3,235L in total.

(Tangman (Eric) is the big ol' chap in the pictures, btw).
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Reply #9

That is amazingly large haha wow :D oh to be so rich haha

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Any more entries?
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Not the best quality, just taken, and lights are on low.
That GSP is up for grabs btw.
I should really sort this out!!

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Reply #12

Hah, nice. I've never seen anything host green star polyps.

It has fresh growth too. Why are you getting rid, have you got too much?
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Reply #13

That's the small lump! But it's doing better than the big lump at the moment.

The male stays in the GSP or xenia and the female in the nem.
Last Edit: Apr 12, 2014 8:51:50 pm by T-Bone Tyrone
I should really sort this out!!

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Reply #14

My "mother colony" of GSP isn't even on live rock, it's on a rock... 
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