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HeiHei29er's 150 Corner Tank


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  1. #11
    binford4000 - Reefkeeper
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    Neat tank. I like the rock scape and corals fat n happy !

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    Thanks a bunch. Overall, I'm happy with how it's going. A lot of it has been trial and error when it comes to flow and coral placement, but I'm beginning to think that's the norm.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Neat tank. Looks like a great start for sure.

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    tcp316 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Very nice! I especially love the Purple Duncans. Beautiful

    Always learning, loving this hobby.
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    Default Saying good-bye to the hobby

    Well, it's been a good run, and I've learned a ton in the 18 months I've had the tank. Unfortunately, I have two very time consuming and expensive hobbies: Mountain biking and Reef tanks. As a result, my tank really suffers for 6 months of the year. It wasn't so bad last year with the tank still maturing, but I really saw the difference this year. Also, my credit card could really use a break for part of the year.

    With that, I had to make a choice, and I'm saying good-bye to reefing.

    I'm looking for someone (or a few people that wanted to team up) that would be interested in all my livestock. I'd rather not piece meal it out if possible. PM me if you're interested. Here's what I have...

    ORA Purple Stylo
    ORA Seriatopora Gutattus (Bird's Nest) - Colony and two healthy frags
    ORA Green Gecko
    Montipora Spongodes - large colony
    Montipora Digitata - orange and well encrusted
    Montipora Cap. - Idaho Grape
    Cali Tort
    Purple Tort
    Red Planet - frag plug well encrusted
    Blue Dream Cyphastrea
    Bi-color Frogspawn
    Blue Tip Frogspawn
    Yellow tip Frogspawn
    Gold tip Wall hammer
    Multiple acans - in need of some TLC
    Fungia - huge (5-6")
    Gold plate coral - not a fungia
    Duncan - 25-30 heads
    Alveopora
    Neon Green Candy Cane - 6-7 heads
    Hairy Mushroom - Large one plus small rock with 2-3 babies
    Ricordeas - 7 of them
    Large Green Nepthea
    Radioactive Dragon Eye zoas
    Dragon Eye zoas
    Bob Marley zoas

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Oh wow! Very sad but totally understandable from the looks of your videos GLWS!
    There's nothing like being a Reefer! www.upmmas.com

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    Default Looking for a new home for my livestock

    Well, it's been a good run, and I've learned a ton in the 18 months I've had the tank. Unfortunately, I have two very time consuming and expensive hobbies: Mountain biking and Reef tanks. As a result, my tank really suffers for 6 months of the year. It wasn't so bad last year with the tank still maturing, but I really saw the difference this year. Also, my credit card could really use a break for part of the year.

    With that, I had to make a choice, and I'm saying good-bye to reefing.

    I'm looking for someone (or a few people that wanted to team up) that would be interested in all my livestock. I'd rather not piece meal it out if possible. PM me if you're interested. Here's what I have...

    ORA Purple Stylo
    ORA Seriatopora Gutattus (Bird's Nest) - Colony and two healthy frags
    ORA Green Gecko
    Montipora Spongodes - large colony
    Montipora Digitata - orange and well encrusted
    Montipora Cap. - Idaho Grape
    Cali Tort
    Purple Tort
    Red Planet - frag plug well encrusted
    Blue Dream Cyphastrea
    Bi-color Frogspawn
    Blue Tip Frogspawn
    Yellow tip Frogspawn
    Gold tip Wall hammer
    Multiple acans - in need of some TLC
    Fungia - huge (5-6")
    Gold plate coral - not a fungia
    Duncan - 25-30 heads
    Alveopora
    Neon Green Candy Cane - 6-7 heads
    Hairy Mushroom - Large one plus small rock with 2-3 babies
    Ricordeas - 7 of them
    Large Green Nepthea
    Radioactive Dragon Eye zoas
    Dragon Eye zoas
    Bob Marley zoas


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