GlennF's DSR tank

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Really impressive Glenn.  Gonis are notoriously hard to keep long term.
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true ... many gonios are .
this is one of the easier ones.


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once it was a corridor between two coral isles.



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Ricordea's

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Reply #50

Lovely rics. Is the urchin crawling directly on them in that pic?

Does the urchin cause any problems? Knocking things over etc?
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Lovely rics. Is the urchin crawling directly on them in that pic?

Does the urchin cause any problems? Knocking things over etc?

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the urchin is on the window.

urchin's are very usefull in "preventive" controlling nuisance  algae.

for this reason i alway glue my frags an corals to the rocks. you can always (re) move them later on.  if they fall off the rock usually the damage done is irreversable.




coral wildernis.
i  just let nature take its course....



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how can i describe this ?


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another one,

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Reply #54

Lovely is how I'd describe it  :P
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thanks !



this acro has been enclosed by the faster growing seriatopora caliendrum


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another seriatopora caliendrum invasion



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better viewing angle

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in detail.


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acropora valida


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