updated tank pics, new 24 nano, and 29 gallon

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    nano has 15 lbs live rock and 15 lbs of home made rock.
     
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    They look great D.
    Dont you just love wiping salt spots off the fronts?Thats the ONLY bad thing about the hobby.
     
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    yote Ceritfied Mantis Hunter Moderator

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    Is that a conch in the bag on the right?
     
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    since there isn't a skimmer on nano cube i put some cleaner clams in since they filter feed on nitrates.
     
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    yes the lfs in town had some kind of red conch they are huge compared to my other conchs
     
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    got one in 29 gallon, and now one in nano
     
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    not putting much but mushrooms and ricordea in nano, i have 1 yellow watchman gobie, a cleaner wrasse, some hermit crabs, banded trochus snails, conch.
     
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    It kinda looks like some we had at Bermuda.If it is,they do an awesome job of cleaning up left over food and fish waste.
     
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    tanks looks great french....very nice
     
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    thanks, got 2 tanks algae free, now working on getting 125 algae free again just put phos reactor back on tank.
     
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    bobby I like to do bad things.

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    Man D those tanks are killer. That homemade rock looks great. Good luck with the 125 that will be beatiful as well. Man your doing a great job with those tanks.
     
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    I really enjoy the 24nanos. The aquascaping looks great.
     
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