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Old 14-01-12, 22:18
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A beautiful fish

I just hope you don't have to rename your thread to "My BIGGER LPS Decimated Reef"

I have my fingers' crossed for you!

BTW, excellent camera work again
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Old 15-01-12, 07:39
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A beautiful fish

I just hope you don't have to rename your thread to "My BIGGER LPS Decimated Reef"

I have my fingers' crossed for you!

BTW, excellent camera work again
Thanks Andy.

I should imagine it'll be alright, had two previously and they were fine with my corals... It's always down the the individual though so I could be unlucky. Hoping to get my yellow longnoses soon to go with the CB.

Keep em crossed still though.
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Old 15-01-12, 09:40
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Very nice fish and a grate pic as well nice work
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Old 15-01-12, 16:45
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how much water does u diplay hold mate
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Old 15-01-12, 21:15
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Very nice fish and a grate pic as well nice work
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how much water does u diplay hold mate
509L before displacement.
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Old 15-01-12, 21:19
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i do like u tank mate but just looks like a pile of rocks dont look like meny gaps inbetween
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Old 16-01-12, 07:29
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Lol! Dont sugar coat it will you John?

I like the scaping, looks really natural and there is plenty of room for coral placement
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Old 16-01-12, 07:52
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Each to their own. You do need to look at the bigger picture though John. At this stage my last one looked a pile of rocks. You won't see the rocks for corals anyway as time goes on. I'm adding a trigger next month which will need swimming space.
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Old 16-01-12, 07:56
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Lol! Dont sugar coat it will you John?

I like the scaping, looks really natural and there is plenty of room for coral placement
It's fine, nothing wrong with honesty lol. Give it 6 months and it'll look completely different.
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Old 16-01-12, 15:53
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i do like u tank mate but just looks like a pile of rocks dont look like meny gaps inbetween
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Lol! Dont sugar coat it will you John?

I like the scaping, looks really natural and there is plenty of room for coral placement
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It's fine, nothing wrong with honesty lol. Give it 6 months and it'll look completely different.
Each to their own, I quite like rock work away from all the sides for good flow around the LR.

Once corals are in it will look different again
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