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    New set of photos

    I just uploaded the newest set of photos to my site. Just click the link to "current photos" from the bottomof the first page here:
    http://www.sjwilson.net/reef

    This month there are quite a few photos showing the differences in coral colours with the new lights. Let me know what you think.
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    wow Susan... love the new pics... That cap sure has grown sicne the last time I seen it.. :thumb: is that your clam on the main page?

    IJO

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    The cap is the fastest growing coral I have right now. I can't get over this thing. I gave Barry a big frag off it yesterday too.

    The photos on my front page rotate in order. All of them are of critters I have or had. If you click the * in my name at the top of the screen it will rotate the pics for you.

    I lost my best clams about 7 or 8 months ago when I (@#$%&*!^) tried switching from Instant Ocean to Crystal Seas salt. I lost a 7" black with green maxima that had a very rare pattern, I'll never replace it. My favorite was a 6" aqua with the most vibrant colours I'd ever seen and a big frilly mantle. Also a croceas that was dark navy with turquoise markings and the other was a beautiful blue maxima. The smallest was over 4". It was devastating.
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    Here's a pic of my old aqua:

    Susan

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    The tank looks great Susan. I guess Barry's theory on the goby was right lol.

    Tank looks awesome under the new lights. Very bright and vibrant.

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    Great pics and commentary Susan! :thumb:
    It's not junk, it's un-assembled DIY!

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    Really nice pics Susan. #77 is most probably a Tunicate if it has 2 or more openings.

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    Tank looks awesome as usual

    I really like the 14k bulbs though, really blue. My next halide bulb will defintely be a 14k. Alot of people are going with the 20k, but personally I like the look of the 14k, more blue.

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    Nice pics as always Susan...

    I agree with Greg's assessment of picture #77. It definately looks like a Tunicate.

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    Actually, 20k's would be more blue than the 14k's.
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    all I can say is... WOW!!! Beautiful tank Susan. How do you ever get guests away from your tank when they come over?
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