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NaH2O

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Oh Chuck! I think you have some major issues - perhaps you should send everything to me ;)

WOW! It looks beautiful!
 

kevinpo

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Hi Chuck,
Looks great. How's the growth on your stonies? Are you experiencing the same as before? Are you able to keep the calcium and alkalinity levels up easily with that new reactor?

Regards,
Kevin
 

Ed Hahn

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Chuck,
It sure looks sweet at this angle. Did you say you were going into business as a interior aquarium designer? Do you have a business card? I love the clams, coral placement, heck I love it all...looks very nice!
 

mojoreef

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Right on Chuckie that tank is really starting to take shape, your growth looks good to, good for you.


Mike
 

MtnDewMan

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Thanks guys ... the reactor is doing well. Nearly time to replenish the media too ... I haven't checked the levels lately but the tank seems to be doing well :) One of my weekend tasks. Been a long week or so for sure, have been under the weather so those tasks are good for the weekend ...
 

Stircrazy

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looking good Chuck, it should be at its former glory in no time.

man you guys get some nice frags down there, i should have been better prepared to bring some home.. oh well next time I will be set :D

what is the yellow looking one up high just left of center?

Steve
 

BlennyBabe

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Looks awesome as always. I just rearanged some of my corals in my 75. I have always used your tank as a sort of "mentor tank" something to strive for since most other really nice tanks are much larger and hard to compare mine to. I just got around to doing some "spring cleaning." I scraped all the coraline off of my glass, front and back. It is amazing how much better it looks. the coralline just scraped off like chocolate curls that come on fancy cakes. I can just picture if yours had that sharp black background withough all those coraline circles... Just a thought. actually I would be willing to come over and scrape it for you if the frag was right. j/k awesome tank though. Keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing your pictures.
 

MtnDewMan

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BlennyBabe said:
Just a thought. actually I would be willing to come over and scrape it for you if the frag was right. j/k awesome tank though. Keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing your pictures.
HAHA ... that's a first for me, someone willing to come over and scrape my corraline :)

Trust me, if it grows out to the way it was a year ago, no need to scrape for frags, frags come as part of normal trimming :)
 
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