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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

I was gonna post some pictures...


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    Default I was gonna post some pictures...

    but the 10 post limit make that impossible. I know I'll never get that many posts. That's so hard.

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    10 post will be gone before you know it!! This place is so addicting I have seen people with 20 on their first day!!!
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    tell him jojo ..thay will fly by.... i just joind my be a month ago my self
    :: hummer :nemo

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    You're already at 7
    120G Reef and 40B reef at work, 120G tank dry and dirty in the garage.

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    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by melev View Post
    but the 10 post limit make that impossible. I know I'll never get that many posts. That's so hard.
    *POOF* Now you're at 10 Think 10 post minimum was a bit of overkill... I'll have to change that down a bit.
    Every electronic device is manufactured with smoke stored deep inside... only a true genius can find a way to set it free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakar View Post
    *POOF* Now you're at 10 Think 10 post minimum was a bit of overkill... I'll have to change that down a bit.

    POOF! is right. Okay, here's a picture of an Acropora plana, nicknamed a Crayola Table apparently. I got it as a tiny fraglet (same size as the orange M. digitata in the bottom corner) about a year ago.

    keiths acro parent - I was gonna post some pictures...

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    Iconz - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Now, that is some nice growth!! Very pretty! More pix!

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    Ok now time to tell us your secrets.

    Because thats some incredible growth. My monti-digita hasnt even see that type of growth.
    55 Gallon. One year old, and looking SUPER.

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    Sea~Horse~Whisperer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    LOL...Melev an amobea ROFLMAO....If this is the same Melev from RC, he has over 22000 posts there and he is no amoeba. I know that tank. Been a fan for years.

    Angie

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    Sea~Horse~Whisperer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    ahhh haaaa, I just checked, and it is THE MELEV. Nice to see you here. Please post more pics of your tank. We will all drool over it together.

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