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Thread: New Zoos

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    Well, got some nice corals yesterday in exchange for an old T5 unit I had.

    Also, have a tiny (.5" or so) blue devil damsel who resides in my sump to help eat uneaten food - he is never going into the display....

    All of these pics taken with an underwater camera


    Big zoa colony (about the size of my fist):


    (no flash)

    Sweet green ones

    Also got a nice fluoro green hairy mushroom, GSP frags, large plating monti frag, medium white xenia frag (sulking at the moment)

    My tank is not really ready for SPS but the guy just threw in that monti for the sake of it

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    good score!

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    Very nice, unleashed, and I particularly liked the flashed zoo on the top picture. On the lower right, is that a pinkish amphipod I see, or something else?

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    unleashing some great pictures...ace...truly brilliant
    And it's the ocean flowing in our veins
    Oh..That it's the salt that's in our tears
    Oh..Cause we could have come so very far
    Oh..In at least as many years
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    Great stuff, can't wait to see it all opened up in a FTS.
    40g SW

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    Thanks guys. You seriously don't know how hard it is to get good zoos here in NZ. Most of the good stuff goes off to the States and Asia and we usually just get brown ones. Occasionally some really nice ones come through, but not often......

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave66
    On the lower right, is that a pinkish amphipod I see, or something else?
    Maybe coralline on the rock beneath the encrusting zoos?

    Quote Originally Posted by coachfraley
    Great stuff, can't wait to see it all opened up in a FTS.
    Unfortunately the tank is nowhere near as presentable as what I would like i to be. I promise I will have one up soon. I don't even have a skimmer on the tank yet as it doesn't arrive until after x-mas

    However, I am getting rid of my clarkii clown pair as I don't want to risk them killing a tinker's or declivis butterfly when I can get one.

    Also adding a TUNZE Auto Top-Off unit after x-mas to keep up with evaporation

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    Which skimmer are you getting?
    40g SW

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    A Reef Octopus NW-110 or maybe a DNW-150 if space permits.

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    New hairy mushroom:

    New Plating Monti

    Some sweet mushrooms. Had them for about a year but have never taken a pic of them until about 10 mins

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    Nice pics!

    Love the skirt length on the new zoa's in the first two pics.

    I'm also considering getting the same ATO device you're getting (the Tunze).
    African cichlid and saltwater aquariums

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