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Dan and Angela's tank


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    Default Dan and Angela's tank

    So I recently took down my 135 and started up this 60 gallon tank... it's finishing it's cycle process but needed to move stuff into it...please don't mind the mess =) I have to drill through the floor to the basement for the sump that's 40 gallons larger than the tank, and skimmer too.

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    2365 fts tank set up 10 2011 - Dan and Angela's tank

    Blurry Mocha Percs

    2367 mocha percs - Dan and Angela's tank

    not as blurry Mocha Percs

    2366 mocha percs - Dan and Angela's tank

    Some corals and a closeup of the clam.

    2356 some greenish things - Dan and Angela's tank

    More corals

    2357 some orange thingies - Dan and Angela's tank

    Hey bleached out guys that aren't happy... get happy again

    2355 superman rhodactis little bleached out moving tanks some bad previous tank conditions - Dan and Angela's tank
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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Great looking tank.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Nice lookin start!

    How long have you had this tank running?

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    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    How long have you had this tank running?
    About a month or so. Ended up using about 70% water from the big tank, moved all the live rock over, and added about 30% new water for a "water change" Let it sit for a wee bit...then added some fish / corals when the parameters were good for two weeks in a row. Glad I didn't post this pic 2 weeks ago, green algae was everywhere. Now I have the red that's coming and should be going shortly.

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    Nice tank, I especially like the hammer, always my soft spot there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluwc View Post
    Nice tank, I especially like the hammer, always my soft spot there.
    The guy to the left of the bubble coral kind of in the cave has a few heads if you want one.

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    Nice tank neat clowns!

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    looking good man, im digging that bubble coral
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