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    Captain - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Captain's Cove

    I like fish and corlz!
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    It's your tank, do what you wanna do!
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    nice pics Sam but u need more rock....

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    Captain - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Got 100lbs in the sump and a ton of primo dry stuff. Im gonna build up the middle a bit, rockwork is tricky with an eel.

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    i think he has plenty, looks good sam

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    Thank ya kindly, neighbor!

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    Is that a snowflake?

    They are fish and coral safe?

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    Zebra moray, the best eel in the sea. Totally fish and coral safe, the only thing he could catch would be like a mandarin or something. I would think they are fine with snails and hermits as well, I got a few nassarius that have been in there for years.

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    Nice tank captain!

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    Thanks Larry!

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    Nice! Glad you finally shared some pics with us....that starfish would make a killer avatar!


    BTW- If you edit your first post and Upload one of those pics to the post itself rather than using the img tag to display it, it will show up in the Showcase tab and on the homepage.

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