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I will try and get a better pic once all the T5s are on, I don't turn my pumps off to get pics so I need light to get speeds up to try and freeze it.
This is only the second time I really seen one open, I hadn't noticed the twin tentacle layers last time, hopefully it will stay awake. :)

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I will try and get a better pic once all the T5s are on, I don't turn my pumps off to get pics so I need light to get speeds up to try and freeze it.
This is only the second time I really seen one open, I hadn't noticed the twin tentacle layers last time, hopefully it will stay awake. :)

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Did you name it Beaker?

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I have this fluffy crap all over the place and all that appears to eat it are urchins and hermits, 6 common algae hermits in. ;)

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Hammer is ok, still sulks for no apparent reason. :)

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It's sulking because the wrasse is prettier.
 

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Amazing tank and thread (still have 200 odd pages to catch up on), wanted to ask where in England are you? Some of the prices and pieces that you have added to the tank is far beyond anything that I have seen in real life
 

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Hammer is ok, still sulks for no apparent reason. :)

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My hammers need perfect flow in order for them to look all fluffy. If I move the Gyres even a little bit out of what they consider their "happy zone", they withdraw and pout for days.
 
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Amazing tank and thread (still have 200 odd pages to catch up on), wanted to ask where in England are you? Some of the prices and pieces that you have added to the tank is far beyond anything that I have seen in real life
Thank you and welcome, good luck with the reading! :)
I'm in Bristol and Southwest Marines is my lfs.
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My hammers need perfect flow in order for them to look all fluffy. If I move the Gyres even a little bit out of what they consider their "happy zone", they withdraw and pout for days.
Sounds like a strong similarity between your hammers and kids these days! :p
 
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My hammers need perfect flow in order for them to look all fluffy. If I move the Gyres even a little bit out of what they consider their "happy zone", they withdraw and pout for days.
I have a magnetic frag rack I made, old glass cleaner, egg crate and cable / zip ties, I can move it and it changes the flow.
I just set it where it has deflected the flow a bit from them.
I hate playing with my flow! ;)
 

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