New Pics and Some New Corals !!!

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    Civicdemon Go Big Or Go Home !

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    little_fish Moderator

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    Looks good. Duncans are one of my favorites
     
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    some1 correct me if i'm wrong but torchs are some bad stingers so i think you might want to move him when he gets a lil bigger or move the duncan.
     
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    your tank looks great by the way. very good job. thanks for sharing.
     
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    Lilmatty you are right about the torch. It will be moves as ot grows bigger
     
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    And thanks for comments i just cant wait till i get some bbetter lighting. Hopelly stuff will frow faster and look even better
     
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    what lighting do you have?
     
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    Still have pc lighting. Will be getting leds in feb.
     
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    Your rockwork looks amazing! How many powerheads do you have?
     
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    Only have 2 Power Heads right now and 2 Returns, the flow on the returns aint that powerful do since its split, Im thinking of getting another 2 power heads, atleast rated at 500 gph or 700 gph.

    The ones i have now are rated at 1200 gph.
     
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    Some fantastic photos, your tank looks great!
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Nice & simple.. I like it :) More corals!
     
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    poksal Well? .. I AM trying VIP Member

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    I am sooo jealous... thanx for sharing!
     
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