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    there are several reef clubs in Florida. Here's a link to a couple.

    http://www.o-r-c-a.com/

    http://www.nfmas.org/


    The first one is Orlando...I'm not sure where the other one is. Joining my reef club was the best thing that ever happened to my tank!!


    I'll get more pics up soon. My daughter took her camera with her and she's staying over at a friends tonight. : (

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    Very cool, Gemmy, you know I'm proud of you. Very nice looking frags. I thought you'd be a natural at reef keeping after keeping that pico going and healthy so long.
    Six months from now when those corals have grown you'll be thinking of that great big ole tank :)

    Dave
    When a finger points to the moon, the imbecile looks at the finger.

    Omnia mutantur nihil interit.

    The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go

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    Congrats! That's an awesome story and you got some great deals. I have a similar story but you got slightly better deals.

    Keep the pics coming and keep us posted of your progress.

    - Bill
    90G Reef Build Thread

    90 Gallon Reef: Ocellaris Clowns, Midas Blenny, Ignitus Anthias, Various inverts
    20 Gallon SW Quarantine: Exquisite Wrasse
    10 Gallon SW Quarantine: Empty
    55 Gallon Community: Neon Tetras, Gold Neon Tetras, GloFish, Corydoras (paleatus & trilineatus), Otocinclus, Mollies, Platies, Apple Snails
    5 Gallon: Crowntail Betta, African Dwarf Frog

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    Wow thats so wicked!!! Great story! Cant wait to see your tank and your new fish. I want to see your pico too, post pics of that.
    10 Gallon - Assorted Items of Interest.

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    What a great story, great post and great pictures! We cannot wait to see it all set up! It's bound to be a stunner!

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    This was my Pico. I think that's the most recent pic anyway. The Pico is now down and doomed to become something else. Maybe a pico planted tank. I dunno.

    Dave....In regards to the bigger tank thing.....I already want a bigger one, but in addition to this one. That won't be in the near future though.
    The 55 gal FW that I have is going to become a FOWLR next.
    I do want a 125 reef as well....with all SPS and maybe a small collection of zoanthids and maybe GSP.
    As for the 46, my next coral is going to be a pink and green hammer coral....mostly because I'm getting a free frag of it.
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    Oops....that's an old pic...when I still had the hawkfish....hmmmmmm.....here's a couple about 2 weeks before I took it down.
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    Looking good Gemmy. Got any more blonde bugs you need me to work out? LOL
    Considering a Marine Aquarium? A Breakdown of the Components, Live Rock, Cycling a Marine Tank

    "The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The WILLINGNESS to learn is a choice." - Unknown

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    Smart arse. LMAO Actually...yeah.....Can I put a black tip in my 46 gal reef tank? I mean they only grow to the size of the tank right???

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