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Just took a few pics...

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I was just messing around with the camera and figured I would post a few shots of the tanks, let me know what you think!

 

120 full tank shot

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Frag tank

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some monti's(superman, pokerstar,forestfire?,setosa,chili pepper)

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Nuculer greens

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I think you need a larger frag rack!!!

 

Looks great! Wish i had room for a frag tank like that. Love the montis!

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Yeah, that frag rack is pretty full.

I am thinking about just taking the rack out and putting everything on the sand and just moving the light closer to the tank.

 

I just dont know if the chalices and acan would like more light?

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Thanks for sharing! I love seeing mature colonies because I never know what anything looks like in the wild because everything I have is still in cut up small little pieces. Very impressive.(drooler). I strive to someday have such fully matured pieces.

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Nevermind I couldnt find any full tank shots from when I first started but here is one from 3-12-09 you can see the orange cap and the idaho grap is about a 1inch frag in the middle on far the right. Some decent growth with t5s!

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impressive. It's nice to see before and after shots. So in a years time I should notice a difference. That's good to know!

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Nice set up-I would be dangerous if I could have a dedicated frag tank-LMAO

I started a 20 gallon that has 4-24 T5's, HOB skimmer and then decided-not going down that road (again)-(nono)

 

I wish I could have kept my caps- I agree about how mature caps add to tank

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