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NaH2O

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Jan 25, 2004
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Welcome!! Glad to have you here!

How big is that clam? great tank!
 

LivingReef

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Joined
Aug 9, 2004
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Location
chambersburg,pa
here is a pic of the sump/fuge and before you all think im a coral murder i buy dead coral skeletons from my lfs for 99 cents a lb and i have found that the pods love them and they work great in the fuge the goniopora's that you see in the fuge were bought as dead skeletons and they came back i thought that was really unusual knowing there rep for dying

the clam is about 8 inch'e long and 4 wide

thank you all for the warm reception and the nice comments
 

reiple

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Aug 8, 2004
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Location
manila
Hello Living Reef. Is that your graveyard....I mean sump! just kidding.......
This (RF) a friendly place too eh?
 

Ed Hahn

Life is A Highway...
Joined
Jan 27, 2004
Messages
3,955
Location
Kennewick, Wa
Hello Living Reef,
Nice to see a new face. You have lots of great looking Softies. Your tank looks great! Keep up the good work. Can you talk to Erik on the next contest. I need a distraction. I will buy ya a hamburger on Tuesday if you can do that today.

Welcome Aboard,
Ed
 

jpoush

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Joined
Jun 28, 2004
Messages
7
Help! We are still so new at this! We just rotated our tank a tiny little bit and discovered an orange "puff" ball wedged in our live rock. I tried moving it, but it appears to be really wedged in there or attached. Any idea on what is growning there and if we need to get rid of it. The pictures I took aren't good...too much glare.

Any ideas??
 

mojoreef

Reef Keeper
Joined
Jul 5, 2003
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7,530
Location
Sumner
Hello Livingreef great to have you on board., Your tank looks like it off to a great start and looks healthy


welcome

Mike
 
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