So....BEAUTIFUL! What's the most beautiful thing about your tank?

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What's the most beautiful thing about your aquarium right now?

  • A certain fish

    Votes: 145 27.3%
  • A certain coral

    Votes: 182 34.2%
  • A certain Invert

    Votes: 33 6.2%
  • Your aquascape

    Votes: 84 15.8%
  • Your equipment

    Votes: 38 7.1%
  • Other (please explain in thread)

    Votes: 50 9.4%

  • Total voters
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Riqaq

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Unfortunately, I do not find my aquascapeing skill very beautiful on one side of my tank.

What I find beautiful about my tank, is watching the little brown stumps, that I bought at my LFS, grow into beautiful colourful Acropora sometimes the new growth has different coloured mouthpieces.

I also find the sense of satisfaction that I have saved a beautiful animal, from a sad end, beautiful, although it's not always the case :confused:.

I did (I think luckily) get one beautiful blue Acropora that RTN'D start growing back from two single polyps, Now that really is a beautiful sight for me.

I just wish I could sort out my darn Aquascaping, without severely p*ing off my purple discosomas ;Dead
 

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I’m still in the middle of setting up, it’s still a very young tank. But I would have to say I love my sump/cabinet set up without it what would our displays look like. And I love the holy grail torch.
 

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It is said that "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" and for most of us beauty is one of the main reasons that we have a saltwater reef aquarium!

What one reefer considers beautiful may not be what you consider beautiful nevertheless I believe most of us find beauty in our aquarium in some form or fashion. It's normally a fish or coral but it could also be things like our aquascape, equipment cabinet organization or a host of other things. Today let's talk about what you consider to be beautiful in your reef aquarium!

What's the most beautiful thing about your aquarium right now?

Nudibranch crawling on the coral reef in the Philippines
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Hi there, nice garden!
I have an alveopora too, has been half open and just 2-3 branches are fully extended and the rest like 30% opened. I target feeding reef roids 2-3 times per week and Red Sea AB plus daily. AIO tank mix, 20g, lights ai prime 16hd, 100% uv, V, B, RB, and 20% R, G,15% CW. Any advice?
I dose Pax Bellum iron/manganese 1 drop per day. I also dose 5ml per day of phyto.
Tank is 13.5 gal.
 
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