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John's 10 Gallon Custom Acrylic tank build!

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Here are some photo updates... Some of you may recognize some of these frags. Many of these came from PNWMAS members.

 

Orange/red Monti:

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Fuzzy Chiton (looks like a wide flat potato bug). To his right, the TECO Forbidden fruit palys that I started with four heads. Above a new candy cane coral.

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This is my ricordea rock that I've been working on. Speedy sixline photobomber...

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A little more SPS action here.... already starting to grow new branches!

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Had to find a shady place for this golden eye chalice... seems happy now.

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Some pretty nice zoas. Anna Banana guarding her pistol shrimp's cave.

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That is a wicked Pic with the six line =) could be a photo of the month. Tank looks amazing keep up the good work and a FTS would be nice (drinking)

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Very nice additions (clap) you are getting some really nice colors in the tank :)

 

What is the green behind the SPS corals. Some kind of macro or a coral?

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I don't think so. I haven't had much luck with macros in the DT either so far. My MP10 ate my shaving brush algae.

 

I think the main thing with halameda is to make sure your Alk/Calc stay up as it's calcerous. From what I've read, it's pretty hearty.

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That's a halameda macro algae.

 

Cool, it looks great. I wish I could keep macro in the DT. But my tangs would think it was Christmas morning if I put a big beautiful macro in DOH!

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I dont think tangs eat halimeda? Could be wrong.

 

Really, I'm going to have to look in to that. It would be nice to have some visible :)

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If this halameda does well and grows, I'll have to prune it regularly to keep it from going asexual. It's supposed to be slow growing, but I'll save the prunings to share with folks.

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