- Dec 1, 2008
- Terrytown, La
Thanks! I dont think I could ever go bare bottom. It would make Me want to clean the bottom too often. Thicker is betterTupes, that is GORGEOUS! You make me want to switch to some better lights for my 34 gallon display. You also have me thinking about going away from bare bottom to a thin sand bed.
Thanks! I still have some hair algea on my rocks and next water change I should get a bit more out and I'm going to start putting some coral on the rocks to free up the sand a little.Very nice Tony! I really like the nice mix of color and those frags in the lower portion of the tank
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I believe that is a Miyagi tort. I find this coral hard to distinguish from a tri-color grandulosa. The coloration is a bit different in your tank. Here is mine with very little blue lighting:
Worked wonders on my bubble algae, turned my chaeto into a snotty mess though.Slowly winning the battle of GHA. I've decided to give vibrant a shot and see where it takes me. Hopefully it follows all the success stories I've seen. Here are the photos I took from today. The tank is a 65 but to be on the safe side I only dosed for a 50 gallon(5ml @ 1ml per 10 gallons). I could probably dose for a 55 or even a 60 but trying to play it safe from over dosing.
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Almost can boil that shrimp
Sally lightfoot crabs are a species that I would never keep personally.
While juvenile they are decent grazers on algae among meaty offerings, super fast specimen and once matured, more aggressive they actively will hunt fish and successfully catch smaller fish.
suppose it would depend on what type / size fish are housed with them.