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    New set of photos

    I just uploaded a new set of photos to my website:
    www.sjwilson.net/reef
    Just click the link to "current tank photos" at the bottom of the front page of the site.
    Susan

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    Lookin good!!!
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    very nice

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

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    Very impressive Susan. Very impressive indeed
    Rob

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    The colors are wonderful, and you did a fantastic job of saving what you did.
    Never mind any open spaces, they just give you the chance to create something special there.
    Is the Pink and green acro a pacilipora? (spelling??) It's lovely.

    Are Acros expensive over your side of the world? They charge a fortune for brown ones here.

    Do you find Acros harder to keep? I am considering having some in the new tank.
    "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them."
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    very cool

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    Thanks guys.

    I don't think of acros as hard to keep particularly. They need stable water, good light and high circulation. If you give them that they're easy. However, the trick with them is that it doesn't take much for them to go downhill and keeping stable water conditions isn't always easy.

    I've bought most of my recent acros through Ivan here at AC. His prices are very good. I should note that the one time I got an order in that I suspect caused the RTN wasn't from him. It was from the US and there was a lengthy shipping time involved which I suspect stressed them out and caused the trouble.

    I've really been making myself wait before adding more because I want to be really sure that the tank is stable again. It is now and I'll likely start buying some nice "cherry picked" pieces here and there SLOWLY to fill in the spaces.

    I do have this other tank to keep me busy in the meantime though
    Susan

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    Susan,
    To answer one of your questions in your pics..., yes the Monti Digis will color up a really nice intense color if they are high up under the 400watters. I had them near the top and the orange was a real intense hot orange, the purple was really nice and not brown at all and the yellow one was completely intense yellow!! You'll like how they turn when you move them up. They are definitely light loving corals.
    Can't wait to see that new tank with things swimming around!!

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    Thanks Toutouche. I figured that but wasn't sure. Everything seems pretty stable now. Soon I'll try moving them up higher and see if they colour up again. I can't get over how fast digis grow. They are becoming one of my favorite SPS corals.
    Susan

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