5G Mixed Reef

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Ratvan

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Reply #60

I hate waiting for delivery

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@DUSTYBOY272 It has arrived.
The red didn't make it, oh my the soup!! Everything else looks good, Palys a little squashed but should bounce back. Will update with pics once lights are on.

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Reply #62

So many asterinas, bristle worms, micro brittle stars and stomatella (thank you) would you describe the Palys as invasive? Might do a pest jar (found a couple of aiptasia)

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Reply #63

OK so things have settled nicely into the cube.

Pic 1. Pavona
Pic 2. Palys

Both from @DUSTYBOY272 I also added the Caulerpa but my Hermit doesn't like it, or likes it too much

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I hope you dont regret the green stuff ,I spent a long long time trying to rid one of my systems of it lol. I used to rip buckets loads out. But then again that was um er ,before 2012 and as Ive mentioned things change. I used to welcome it in the Horse tank ,but hated it in the stick tank ,didnt make sense.
Pictures a 2x2x2 enclosed Kuda tank with twiddly fish.

Do not mock the snake because it has no horns.For who is to say that one day it may become a dragon,as one just man may become an army...Water Margin.

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I hope you dont regret the green stuff ,I spent a long long time trying to rid one of my systems of it lol. I used to rip buckets loads out. But then again that was um er ,before 2012 and as Ive mentioned things change. I used to welcome it in the Horse tank ,but hated it in the stick tank ,didnt make sense.
Pictures a 2x2x2 enclosed Kuda tank with twiddly fish.

It'll be fine, working on another Nano Tank build at the moment (this is what boredom does to me) going with a sump (for less cluttered display) the only thing i am contemplating at the moment is how to do the return on a Cylinder tank...... the over flow and return will be hidden and as central as possible for 360 degree views. Its just the direction of the flow i need to work out

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It'll be fine, working on another Nano Tank build at the moment (this is what boredom does to me) going with a sump (for less cluttered display) the only thing i am contemplating at the moment is how to do the return on a Cylinder tank...... the over flow and return will be hidden and as central as possible for 360 degree views. Its just the direction of the flow i need to work out
I was skipping back thru your thread ,I have to admit I am far too lazy for small tanks ,tho I have got a tiny thing Ive kept a small purple pink Lobster in . Also before that some micro tetras . Ruddy things actually bred and multiplied lol.
Do not mock the snake because it has no horns.For who is to say that one day it may become a dragon,as one just man may become an army...Water Margin.

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Reply #67

I was skipping back thru your thread ,I have to admit I am far too lazy for small tanks ,tho I have got a tiny thing Ive kept a small purple pink Lobster in . Also before that some micro tetras . Ruddy things actually bred and multiplied lol.

Its weird, i'm a lot better with under 10 gallons/40 litres. My RSM had so many issues I just about gave up and then the office cleaning lady started spraying so much anti viral, fungal and bacterial I lost everything and have let it sit empty in the office since March. I dread to think about the look and smell of it. Nevermind trying to clean it up for sale

I do want a tank back in the office I reckon it'll be next year before I go back, it'll be made mostly from junk and spares so I can spend more on Corals

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The thing is I am slapdash . If I over do something a big tank forgives me.  :grin:
Do not mock the snake because it has no horns.For who is to say that one day it may become a dragon,as one just man may become an army...Water Margin.

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Reply #69

Clean up Crew hard at work

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Reply #70

OK, whose is this? Arrived this morning and its only people on here that I have given my address too!!
Also thank you random stranger


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