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    last shoot of nano

    Here are some shots I snapped today.  Looks like this will be the last photos we have of this tank, as soon it will all be transfered to the rimless.  We’ve been allowing the corals to grow, which means we cant stick our hands in the tank; which means lots of coralline growth.  We are […]

    Here are some shots I snapped today.  Looks like this will be the last photos we have of this tank, as soon it will all be transfered to the rimless. 

    We’ve been allowing the corals to grow, which means we cant stick our hands in the tank; which means lots of coralline growth.  We are over 50ml’s of 2-part a day now! 

    halide reflection1 

    acro_close_up

    nano_fish1 

    6 Comments

    1. Felix-
      February 25, 2008 at 3:26 AM | Permalink

      nice…what type of light is that?

    2. February 25, 2008 at 6:30 AM | Permalink

      Very nice. Tank looks nice and clean.

    3. e&f
      February 25, 2008 at 12:55 PM | Permalink

      Thanks guys.

      Felix, it’s a metal halide spot light. if you look at the very middle you can see the typical DE MH “filament”.

    4. February 25, 2008 at 3:53 PM | Permalink

      Bye nano! On to bigger things… I must say though guys, I’m a little disappointed in the color of those capricornis… 🙂 let’s step up our game a bit 😛

    5. jeffry r. johnston
      February 25, 2008 at 10:35 PM | Permalink

      Can you frag me some of the montipora capricornis? hehe

    6. e&f
      February 26, 2008 at 3:47 PM | Permalink

      Haha Logan…yeah that’s what happens when moving a halide from 24in to 6in…everything is a bit bleached at the moment.

      Jeffry, there are at least 4 large frags sitting on the bottom of the tank we cant get to. A few days ago a snail broke off a 3x3in chunk! if you’re ever in chicago you’re welcome to some freebies, we dont ship international to places like kaliphornia 😉

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