It's alive and doing well

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    Sara

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    After my total devistation in July when everything boiled. I have built it up again and everything seems to be doing well. I've also had a break out of coralline algae. It's awesome. Of course you can see I love my shrimp, he's a good little shrimp and likes the attention I think. I don't think you'll see the coral beauty or the dragonette, they're shy.:bounce:

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    Tim and I were playing with the new digital camera and it was kind of late at night so all the mushrooms and the zoos were closing up. Sorry.
     
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    Love the pics!
    Your live rock has some awesome colors.
     
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    winyfrog Yep!

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    good to here all is well. pics look good
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Nice recovery!
     
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    bobby I like to do bad things.

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    Looks great to me. BTW great pics.
     
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    RigoSharon LIVING REEFS INTERN

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    great pics..keep up the good work!!
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Looks great Sara.
     
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    Some of the best rock ive seen recently. great recovery and nice looking system. congrats.
     
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    HAWKS12thMAN NWKRC THUG!

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    SARA is that all cultured LR?
     
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    yes it is all cultured LR. Thanks guys. I've been bustin my ass on that little tank. damn expensive for a little one. I want to get some crazy zoos in there for some color and maybe an open brain. What do you guys think?
     
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    Sounds like a good idea.I like the super neon colored zoos and the red/green Trachys and Lobos the best.
     
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    I'm excited. Funds are just a little low right now, I know everyone knows how that goes. We'll see what happens. I'll keep you posted and now that we have a good camera there will hopefully be good pictures to post. I'll try and get the other fish in there too somewhere. :) Are brains pretty hardy?
     
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    Brains are very hardy.They do benefit from occasional feeding(once or twice a week) of mysis,krill or silverside.I'm sure there's more food but thats what I feed mine.The only downside is that usually has to be done when the lights are out and the feeder tentacles are exposed.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    An open brain is a good choice! And I love zoos. Be sure to post pics when you get them.
     
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    fishbait I found Nemo

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    nice setup. i have a piece of aquacultered rock just like your's in my tank. it has got some really nice colors too.
     
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