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    Nice looking stuff on your Ebay site! Any chance you will get some of the WWC red shortcake and grow it out?

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    I've got a section of the tank lot with a 400w halide now so I'm planning on growing some acros now and yeah I'll start collecting the hot ones but probably won't get a lot until I go to macna but I'll let you know I didn't know you were an Sps guy


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    Always love them but they die on me so it's my next project is learning how to keep sps


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    Bright lights, impeccable water quality and a lot of water movement and they will be amazing it's that simple. Let me find a pic of my 600 back in the Sps heyday


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    Ok found a few older ones, before its demise with the halide bulb explosion and subsequent bleaching and fish die off event, it was much more grown in, the little monti on the far left was a foot wide and touching the water surface, clam was about twice the size in these pix ;( someday it will be great again!!



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    Oh geez, that tank was gorgeous. I'll keep watching for when you have it again

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    The tank was the club show piece back then, I remember reading the article on your 180 tank with your 960 watt pic lights.

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    WOW we need this 600g monster back in action! Such a beautiful tank and you rock work/choice of corals/fish were amazing!

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    Thanks guys it had over 110 fish at its peak


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    Is it still running in some capacity?

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    That was really sweet. Did you do anything different to help with the bio load from that many fish?
    The sandbed looks really clean. It looked to be very much in balance.
    Don't look here for a comment.

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    Yes it's still running and has 3 fish longtime residents

    I fed heavy but skimmed heavy and did 90 gallon water changes every Friday. It has a very deep sand bed old school stuff you know no refugium or anything high tech


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