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    New picture of my 90g :)

    This tank has been up and running for the past 8month.








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    All I get is 4 PIC frames with Xs in them.
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    Looks good to me. I like the fact that it doens't look crowded as many other tanks do.
    55 Gallon w 22 lbs of live sand and 40 lbs of crushed coral.
    60 lbs of live rock. 220 watts PC lighting.

    Damsel, clowns, xenia, digitata, green star polyps, torch, zoo's, candycane, shrooms.

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    thanks, i try to give my sand shifter some space to roam around on the sand bed.
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    Looking good! do you have a picture showing all the tank?
    Richard

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    very nice, I'd move that bubble onto the sandbed though, it'll do much better.[looks like a bubble]

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    The tank looks great.

    Anemones will usually find a place that they like and moving it isn't always an option, (the use of p/h's helps) if it isn't stinging anything or causing trouble I don't know if I'd try and move it atm..

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    Looks good to me. Actually very good.

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    Cool

    anenomes? are yu talking about my post of the bubble? If so, I meant the bubble coral on the top right underneath the MH. I've found they do way better on the sand bed or mid tank as most LPS.

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