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    New additions to the 65 gallon tank

    I did some re-arranging now that the 90 gallon is up and running, so that freed up some room in the 65 gallon tank.

    So of course that empty space could not stay empty for too long.

    I picked up 3 acans (Patrick) and 4 SPS (forget their names already), but they look very nice. Hope everything does well.

    The trip to Montreal, (Aqua reef in particular) was very fruitful. It was by far the best of the stores I visited in the Montreal area. Hope I can frag some of these in about a year from now.

    I am looking to make this tank a predominantely SPS tank. I like the rock work in this tank the best of my 3 tanks.

    Going to try the new picture posting method from a4twenty, using photoshop. It's supposed to be easy, we'll see how many times I have to edit this thing!




    You were right a4twenty, it was easy. How do I get them to string out, just don't hit enter between pastes?
    65 gal. w/40 sump, 90 gal. w/30 sump, 20 gal. frag/holding tank and a whole bunch of paraphanalia to go with it!

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    That is some crazy rock work! Nice tank
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    ya.. great tank shot.. love that rockscaping

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudall View Post
    You were right a4twenty, it was easy. How do I get them to string out, just don't hit enter between pastes?

    i'll have to look into that, i've noticed the editor is very limited as to what html code you can use.


    the tank and corals look great, keep up the good work :b15:
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    yeh nice aquascaping! is the rock pegged or tied together or is it go ole ballance?

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    Great Job on the rockwork!!!

    How do I get them to string out, just don't hit enter between pastes?
    Remove all the spaces between each image and they should strong out (you might want to string 3 or 4 per row)

    IJO

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    Quote Originally Posted by upthecreekwithoutapaddle View Post
    yeh nice aquascaping! is the rock pegged or tied together or is it go ole ballance?
    They were initially balanced, due to the rocks shape, they locked in pretty good with one another though. I had it that way for about 6 months and then got an urchin and thought I had better re-inforce with some underwater epoxy, so that's what I did.
    65 gal. w/40 sump, 90 gal. w/30 sump, 20 gal. frag/holding tank and a whole bunch of paraphanalia to go with it!

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