Tank Tour (better next time)

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    fishbait I found Nemo

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    nice tank vid. I love the green monti and the tabletop acro!
     
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    MikMcgyver Vlamingi owner 4 life!

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    I like the tounge coral, plus the clams, I wanna try some clams eventually... What was the name of the one to the right? I also like the frogspawn, anything with a ton of movement is tops in my books... Great vid:mrgreen:
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    I'll trade you my wife and kids for a frag of that Table Top Acro.

    Great video.
     
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    THANKS EVERYBODY !!

    MikMcgyver, the clam on the right is T. Squamosa

    yote, i got my own wife and kid, i dont think i could handle a piar of wives and kids !! lol

    we can probably work something out on a trade though.
     
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    Great video. Tank looks great. Fish like the camera.
     
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    nice video, great tank i love your blue hippo tang
     
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    NewPortRichey Sushi Anyone????????????

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    VERY NICE! You've given me some ideas for my 125. I like the three rock piles.
     
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    Very impressive.
     
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    Awesome video!
    Love the rics,monti caps and acros.I really like the three island effect.Damn,I should of gotten a corner overflow.
     
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    Are you running a calcium reactor?
     
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    thanks everyone, i was planning on getting a little more detailed with the coral names, but that would have taken forever and i did not have the time. i will name them all next time.

    you guys have no idea how long it took me to get the rock work like it is !! now i have to tear out 7 large rocks and replace them because of the DAMN colonial hydroids ... BTW ... they (rocks to be replaced) are almost ALL on the bottom (imagine that).

    Nope, i dont run ANY of the fancy gadgets on the market today. just a skimmer.
     
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    Ah oh!
    Are colonial hydroids bad?
     
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    Can I ask how often you have to dose calcium?
     
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    RigoSharon LIVING REEFS INTERN

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    very nice!!
     
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    mine are the little brown ones that look kind of like a pom pom. they will overtake anything in their way.

    i dont dose calcium ... i do 30% water changes every 2 weeks or if levels get a little out of wack.
     
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    I have a small colony of hydroids.They have a red base and clearish top.I'm still debating if I should kill them.They been in there nearly 6 months and haven't really spread all that much.I have experimented with placing my hydnophora touching them and they do kill them,then again hydnophora kills pretty much anything they touch.
     
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    It seems like colonial hydroids are very common. I have them as well. I am going to inject them with some kalk and see what happens.
     
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    i was going totry that but i have a Pavona and a Hydno to close and cant risk the chance of hitting them too.
     
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    SSalty Team Liquid Force

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    Yeah, that would definatly burn those. When I shot a strong kalk mix on a few aiptasia, it actually killed the coraline right next to where the aiptasia was.
     
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