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MtnDewMan

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Well for the most part it is complete ... The major rockwork is done, I still have to add the coral substrate, about 3/4" or so ... I am going through some algae cycling ... Hopefully that will reduce over the next few weeks. Oh, and of course the coral are not in their final destination I am sure ....

What do you think?

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Left side ...



Right side ...

 

mattseattle

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looks nice.....alot of open space and all. room for growth!!! :)

you mentioned algae growth....my tank still hasn't done that. i have very little algae. i'm sure it was my lighting though. my new metal halides just arrived today and i installed them. damn they are nice and bright! i can see things in the tank i didn't know existed. i'm sure i'll have an algae boom now though!
 

Gordo

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Chuck,

Looks nice and open. How do you attach a large coral, like the purple acropora in the middle, to a rock?

~Gordo~
 

MtnDewMan

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Thanks guys ... I hope to have it looking better after some algae dies off ...

Gordon, I think attaching coral that size to any kind of rockwork will be difficult. Not quite sure what I will do. Maybe put it in the shallow sandbed and let it lean against the rock and have it grow from there? I haven't figured that one out yet :(
 
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