Ratvan's Rockwall Pico

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Reply #90

A pair of neon gobies would look good ,they will breed in the aquarium once you get a established pair,don't live long in the aquarium though usually about 18 months but if you get a pair to breed you'll always have some in the tank plus they sell well so could be a profit idea there full size think they only about 1 and half inch long tops so ideal for small tank ,just an idea mate .
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Reply #91

It's wet, cycling with shrimp

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Reply #92

A pair of neon gobies would look good ,they will breed in the aquarium once you get a established pair,don't live long in the aquarium though usually about 18 months but if you get a pair to breed you'll always have some in the tank plus they sell well so could be a profit idea there full size think they only about 1 and half inch long tops so ideal for small tank ,just an idea mate .
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I'm going for something more difficult, hopefully the tank will have a large pod culture.

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Reply #93

I can't do it 😑, I can't go bare bottom

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Reply #94

Looking good mate, glad to see it's got some h20 in there, hmm from what you said about copepods I'm going to hazard a guess at a mandarin maybe? Lol

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Reply #95

Looking good mate, glad to see it's got some h20 in there, hmm from what you said about copepods I'm going to hazard a guess at a mandarin maybe? Lol

You know funny you mention a mandarin. My LFS offered me one today, told me it would a rescue though so no. I was very temped, very, very tempted

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Reply #96

I think i bought to much Macro again

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Reply #97

Hid most in the red sea reefer

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Reply #98

Cycle complete

Hitch hiking Xenia f*cking horrible weeds

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Reply #99

Nearly ready for my corals now

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Reply #100

Looking good! What's going on in the bottom pic?

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Reply #101

That's a fuzzball, I think a sponge and Caulerpa Prolifera attempting to grow a hold fast into the rockwork, its doing better lower down. This rock can now seed other tanks with C Prolifera

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Reply #102

The start of my clean up crew

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Reply #103

First frag going in this weekend


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Reply #104

Same frag apparently

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