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Topic: *My hubby's living art*  (Read 4214 times)
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« Reply #10 on: September 20, 2005 06:18:33 PM »

That's lovely. Marine tanks are practically a full time job to maintain, too. That melanopus clown is beautiful, and they can be bred in captivity, too. And the corals are doing stunningly - he must be checking the mineral levels constantly.

How big is the tank? Is the white boxy thing in the middle a refugium?
The tank is a 29 gallon.  The thingy in the middle is his water return/ overflow.  He has a 10 gallon refugium under the cabinet on the bottom.  It has a harliquin shrimp in there too.  I'll have to show you guys more pics.

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scissorchic
« Reply #11 on: September 20, 2005 06:20:15 PM »

tee hee, i have a flame scallop too and would certainly want it shown.  Wink We do the whole coral thing too and it is sooo expensive and sooo time consuming but totally worth it in the long run...
Yeah they are pretty but his has hidden in all his rock so he probably wont be in the next pic.  It's definatly worth his work.  You really have to have a love for it.
 


And Thank You everyone for all the lovely compliments!!!
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