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    Cory's 60 gal Cube

    So i've been in this hobby now for almost a month and i'm loving it. I figured it was time to post my build or move i guess you can call it. I purchased the tank from JJ and Amber. All my coral have opened and growing well. I have added four fish and two have been missing for about a week and a half now. (my Royal Gramma and three stripe damsel). I have looked in all of the caves I can see in and the overflow too. I have heard that they can hide for a few weeks and then all of a sudden appear. I will keep looking out for them. my other two fish are a misbar percula clownfish and a six striped wrasse and I have a saddle back clownfish on order as well. So as far as equipment goes I am just in need of a wave maker for this 24" x 24" x 24" cube and the location to put it in. I was thinking of getting one mp10 and putting on the back wall. Any thought or advice on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for looking.
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    Looking good Cory.
    An MP10 would be good to add a little more flow to the tank.
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    That's what I was thinking. Thanks


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    Sounds cool.

    Make sure to watch the humbug with any new additions (the sixline as well...)! My yellow tail damsel was a terror until we added some larger fish to our 75. My sixline harassed a wheeler's goby that was added to my 30 after him. My own stupidity...

    The gramma we had was a very odd and cryptic fish. He hid a lot. So I wouldn't worry about this guy too much...

    Hope the perc and saddleback get along!


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    I added a nem, few starfish and some acan corals.


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    Man you got the fever..... Looks great

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    I do. I love it.


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    I think my Nem found his new home. Kind of a cool spot. My clowns still have not decided to host him yet, its been about 3 weeks.

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    I think my Nem found his new home. Kind of a cool spot. My clowns still have not decided to host him yet, its been about 3 weeks.

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    Nice big disk it has. Must be happy.




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    Is that a condi nem? If so, ocellaris clowns do not typically host that kind of anemone.

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    Definitely looks like a condylactis... I've only ever seen Maroons host those. Not that there isn't more out there that will but Ocellaris typically stay away... Sometimes exceptions happen though.


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    Yeah looks like a condy, pretty regardless

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    I'm not sure what kind it is I got it at Petco and they didn't have it labeled.


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    I figured it has been awhile since i've posted some updated photos.


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    Looking good. Love the tiki.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooked View Post
    Looking good. Love the tiki.
    Thanks, the kids picked it out for me.


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    The kids love the Tiki.



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    So this is my one-year update. So far I have only had minor issues with aptaisa, bubble algae, some red algae, and i've lost a few star fish. Knock on wood. Everything is growing out really well.




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