Discussion in 'Reef Aquarium Spotlight' started by mdbannister, Jan 1, 2018.
Ah, B+ = Blue+ and C+ = Coral+. I miss understood that from a previous post. ;-)
Love it! Congrats.
Such an impressive tank! Love a full grown reef tank!
My brain just locked up.
This is what I want my tank to be when it grows up!
Just totally awesome. so no issues with the Harlequin shrimp and the Blue throat trigger, I have been wanting to add Halequins but was afraid they would be an expensive meal for the trigger
No problems at all, placed the shrimp in the about a year ago at night when lights were off. Fishes think every time I get near the tank I'm feeding them, for instance a while ago, I released a baby Regal Angel about 1" into the tank and the Blue Jaw ate it whole.
Exactly mine has eaten glue off of a plug that I dipped to get the glue wet, if it hits the water its food to him lol, I'll try that and introduce after light out. thanks
Very very beautiful !!!!
I'm in the process to start my 300DD with actually a lot of similar equipment ;-)
Had to carry my 210 through flood and a temporary holding tank break event.......
Incredible! Thank you for showing use
Outstanding looking tank. Very well deserved and thanks for sharing
Congrats! Beautiful, well cared for reef! Great tank to start off the new year. Thanks for sharing
Wow, epic build. Dimensions on the DD is awesome you will love it.
I really do love the dimensions. My temporary tank pre owned was this 300DD just for almost 2 weeks then it broke, however even this event infected me on that tank so badly that I continued with a new one ;-)
Very nice to see all the grown out corals. Such a rare sight these days with all the "nub" tanks. It's great that folks show off their frag and coral starts, they should be proud, but so nice to see someone with long term grown out colonies in such a variety of forms and colors.
Stunning Stunning Stunung. I love to see this tank before it gets a major Tank Lift!!!
Outstanding tank! Simply breathtaking
Seeing amazing tanks such as yours keeps me inspired! I love seeing a fully grown out tank. Congratulations.
Robert ... very impressive display of corals indeed!! Keep up the awesome work and eerrr ... do you think you're gonna upgrade to a much bigger tank in near future?
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