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Aj's 15 gallon nano


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    AJ :) - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I moved the rock with the ton of triple ATLs out, and swapped it for a rock with some grown on orange cap, six PPE poylps and about ten no name brown zoas.

    The purple tang and the yellow tang have moved to the 90 gallon.

    Current residents are the six line wrasse, a helfrichi firefish (boldest fish in the tank), a chevron tang, a goldflake angel, an emerald crab, a skunk cleaner shrimp, and a few snails.

    Pics to be added soon.
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    Some more pics.
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    Skunk cleaner shrimp.
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    Chevron tang
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    AJ :) - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    More new pics. I am at the "temporary over budget" place again. As I removed a quantity of frags from the holding tank that our new Queen angel now resides. But she hasn't devoured much of the polyps that were left in the tank for testing. So I should have them out by next update.
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    Another shot.
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    Looks Great AJ - The Chevron is Beautiful! What a luxury to be able to rotate such gorgeous fish through a Nano
    The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man. - George Bernard Shaw

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    AJ :) - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Thanks Tom. I searched a long time to get a chevron tang. As stunning as the fish is now , I really got it for the adult coloration.

    Chris, These fish are very healthy and not stressed out. You are right they all will need a larger tank in the future.
    That is already in the process of construction. I don't advocate long term care in a tank this size.

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    Personally the first thing I read was how he's transferred the Tangs into a 90g. Which leads me to believe that these fish are in wonderful hands! Beautiful fish at that A.J.
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    Tank looks great !! Nice job of using natural methods of getting rid of the algae. Small tanks like this are a true test because of the small water volume for sure and you did a great job of showing how to do it right. And everyone who has read your posts knows the fish we're never a permanent addition.
    Likes AJ :), MizTanks liked this post

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