Thanks, re the under long flame!
I guess there are newer viewers that haven't seen the whole thing, the reason I don't do skinny fish, they can graze all day every day.
The left side wouldn't function without it's smaller right twin!
It is virtually impossible to starve a healthy active omnivore in the tank and the lemon peel was the biggest introduction size at about an inch, all the others were smaller, my theory is that adding them as babies and having them graze naturally all day, as they should do they won't see corals as food!
They all peck at corals, stealing food particles or pods.
I go to my lfs on a Friday lunch time, when they get their livestock delivery.
Someone did not turn in and my mate was on his own so I gave him a hand for a couple of hours.
Payment below, the acro frag happened in transit, I un packed about 10 acro colonies about the size of my open hand, stunning colours.
When I walked into my lfs today a local reefer asked how I was getting on with the angels (smug like what are they chewing, everything?)!
He has always been an arrogant jerk because he used to have a great tank, used to, he was very quiet apart from that and I didn't ask how his tank was, about 6 months older than mine, I still have acros and he was an acro guru apparently!
I love taking close ups and am not a fan of the blue look, I prefer the purple side of blue.
I can take a close up of things and it will basically be what I see.
Far right went in yesterday, yellow / peach / pink with purple polyps, yellow in the middle is yellow, as long as the corals are happy I'm happy.