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Tom@HaslettMI - 50 gallon mixed reef


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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    That slide out electrical panel is pretty slick! And the clams are awsome!!!

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    you will be glad you got the dendro, they are my favorite coral. mine is just smazing out all of the time. just dont forget to feed it and it will be happy. btw great tank and i love your clams. my derasa is only about 3-4 inches right now.

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    Tom those clams are just awesome. Super cool tank. Look forward to many more picture loaded updates!!
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    Beautiful tank Tom!

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    thats a friggen sweeet set-up tom

    those clams are huge lol there as big as the display in my tank :0

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Thanks for the compliments everyone.

    Dendro has not opened yet... should I be worried?

    Tom

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    Only the small polyps on my frag opend so far
    The big ones are still mad at me LOL

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    Your okay Tom. Mine didn't open for a week and a half and today there is a baby being squeezed out the back!!
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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Thanks for the encouragement. I'm going to try to entice it to open (and hopefully feed) with some PE mysis.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Dendro was going south fast. Called the LFS and they are replacing it... Preuss you ROCK!

    Here are the three other corals I traded the pagoda coral for.
    Green on green acan
    IMG 2962 - Tom@HaslettMI - 50 gallon mixed reef

    Three Ricordea florida (two bright green and a dual-mouth teal/blue)
    IMG 2963 - Tom@HaslettMI - 50 gallon mixed reef

    Purple gorgonian (still have to get an ID on this one)
    IMG 2964 - Tom@HaslettMI - 50 gallon mixed reef

    I'm really happy with the new corals. Not sure where their final locations in the tank will be but they're all settled in and doing well.

    I'll have to get a FTS to show the dramatic difference removing the pagoda has made.

    Tom

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