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Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics


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    handlevandal - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I "consolidated" my 29G BioCube and my 75G, putting the corals and the little blue angel into the 75 and the nems and clownfish into the BioCube. Here's some pics of the 75 as it begins.

    First pic of each set is with 2 250 14K MH plus 2 65W white and 2 65W blue actinics, and then with the actinics only.

    20100626FTHalides - Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Sweeeet!!! Awesome pic's! I love how I can make em larger ony iPhone )
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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Thats a great idea, splitting the 2 tanks like that! Your gonna have a clown/nem tank and a sweet reef!! When that grows in- it is going to be amazing!

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    handlevandal - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Here's a few more pics from the new tank.


    20100627FlameAngel - Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics

    20100627SandStarClimbing - Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics

    20100627SandStarTTurning - Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics

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    20100628Blenny - Moved nano corals into the 75G / pics

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    cg5071 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    the first pic with the coral beauty in it looks like don king,lol. he has duncans behind him?
    oops, dendros i guess.

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    thats a flame angel and the tank looks great. dendro's are my favorite corals.

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