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Actinic shots are the best ;Joyful
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The Baton Rouge. I’ve had it for years, this started as a nub years and years ago and finally starting to take off
That thing is glowing! Well done! I got a frag about six months. It's nice looking, but nothing exceptional yet. Hopefully it will grow up to be just like yours.
 
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Did your clowns change their nesting grounds since you added a new gigantea?
That’s a good question, I don’t really know, there’s so many gigs now it’s hard to find some open rock and I can’t easily easy their old nesting spot. They were regularly laying before, so I’m thinking it’s either under the pedal disc of the gigs or another spot I can’t see.
 
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It’s been a couple months since an update. I had some unexplainable acro issues over the summer, but a couple of very large water changes seems to have resolved the issue. I performed another 100 gal water change today and cleaned the glass before my son is born in the next couple of weeks and thought I’d snap some photos.
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My baby gold torch corals are getting bigger! I’m curious at what size I can safely start cutting them out and finding new homes for them. If I don’t cull them my tank with be nothing but gold torches in a matter of years!
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My baby gold torch corals are getting bigger! I’m curious at what size I can safely start cutting them out and finding new homes for them. If I don’t cull them my tank with be nothing but gold torches in a matter of years!
Have you seen what gold torches sell for though? I've seen them going for $300-400 each. Might not be bad to have a tank full of gold ;)
 
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Here’s a shot I don’t take very often. My magnifica on the back side of anemone island at night. I absolutely love the coloration of magnifica columns and it’s night that you can see them the clearest
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