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    Mean Greens (zoanthids); other zoanthids & rare red mushrooms
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    I love this LPS to SPS shot. The tips of the Crayola acro are bright blue. A tuft of Bryopsis needs to be pinched off.
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    Mixed zoanthids - Red Rings, button polyps, Mean Greens, etc.
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    Scripps acro (A. micropthalma)
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    Purple Milli (shot from above from the back of the tank, virtually upside down)
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    My MACNA Toadstool frag that has grown beautifully over the years.
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    Pink Branching Hammer coral
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    Acropora nobilis frag that is happy and healthy
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    Maxima clam with some Jimmies (zoas) growing up the backside.
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    Lots of Bytor Orange zoanthids
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    Marc

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    Sunset Montipora - not as colorful as I'd hoped, but encrusting nicely.
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    Green tabling acropora
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    A cute Ocellaris hosting in Lavendar Frilly Mushrooms. Spock warped through the frame.
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    A. granulosa
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    Blue A. millepora frags - I see some blue appearing.
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    The new pink tabling Acropora sp.
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    The parent colony of Acropora nobilis - tips aren't the only part dying back. *sigh*
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    The main Acropora Crayola colony has spread in multiple layers or levels.
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    Marc

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    My other Crayola colony in the back of the tank.
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    Moon coral
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    Looking down on the reef from the back toward the front sandbed.
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    The new Echinophyllia
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    Another view from the back toward the front.
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    A blue Echinophyllia that was stung by mushrooms and plagued with cyano.
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    Neon star polyps
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    Another nice view through the corals to the front corner of the tank. You can barely see the Green and the Pink Pocillopora corals.
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    Marc

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    klasikb - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    very nice, thanks for sharing
    Just a girl trying to create a little bit of paradise on earth without killing it.

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    Marc

    WOW...what more can I say! Wonderful Tank!

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    cweber - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Absolutly Stunning!!!

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    awsome tank man, Im a huge fan of the reefcasts bytheway!

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    Thanks y'all.
    Marc

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    jojo22 - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    VERY NICE!!!
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    hummer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    yes ...awsome as always..... u the man..............
    :: hummer :nemo

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