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    Juvi Personatus Grows Up Quick in Japanese SPS Reef

    Remember that tiny juvenile Genicanthus personatus that was collected back in 2010 by Rufus Kimura? Fast forward to this video taken at the start of this month, and you can see that baby has grown into a meaty Genicanthus in a maturing SPS reef. It’s unfortunate that two of the three Bandit Angels in this […]

    masked angelfishRemember that tiny juvenile Genicanthus personatus that was collected back in 2010 by Rufus Kimura?

    Fast forward to this video taken at the start of this month, and you can see that baby has grown into a meaty Genicanthus in a maturing SPS reef. It’s unfortunate that two of the three Bandit Angels in this stunning tank are showing some aggression. We hope it will subside as that trio has been together for well over a year now.

    And if you thought the owner wasn’t planning for the future. Check out this Eco Mini nano done right with some exciting juvenile Centropyge interruptus.

    9 Comments

    1. February 13, 2012 at 4:02 AM | Permalink

      What a beautiful tank! It seems like it has pretty slow water movement?

    2. February 14, 2012 at 12:19 AM | Permalink

      +1!  That tank is incredible (and does indeed look like very slow flow) and the fish are obviously spectacular.  That may be the biggest C.multicolor I’ve ever seen too.

    3. February 14, 2012 at 7:48 AM | Permalink

      Aw.wow. admirable.

    4. February 16, 2012 at 11:53 AM | Permalink

      Most likely the pumps are off for the video. Those corals don’t look like they are receiving slow water flow from the look of their growth.

    5. Matt S.
      February 16, 2012 at 8:26 PM | Permalink

      It is SO nice to see you posting on your blog again.  I missed it!

    6. February 16, 2012 at 11:06 PM | Permalink

      Great update.
      Thank you.

    7. March 26, 2012 at 12:05 PM | Permalink

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      Great information there, I have always
      wondered the right way to go about this, thanks for showing me! Some
      of them points are really straight forward but all too often you will
      over look them.

    8. March 26, 2012 at 12:07 PM | Permalink

      Great information there, I have always wondered the right way to go about this, thanks for showing me! Some of them points are really straight forward but all too often you will over look them.

    9. June 28, 2012 at 8:03 AM | Permalink

      Its a great Tank, i love it. With my free reef app FxM is this no magic.

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