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A few shots this morning.




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Good grief, you're killing me! I need to come see this thing in person.
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Stunning!  Nice job!
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A few shots this morning.  I guess I need to clean the glass before I shoot. I didn't realize how much detail the camera is picking up.













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Very nice!
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lookin good!

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Originally posted by Hogie Hogie wrote:

How the red tail wrasse? Does it eat your CUC or flip stuff over? Beautiful fish! OK, they're all beautiful fish! The gold flake angel is one of my all time favorites but I've been to chicken to get one. And how often do you see a pair of cross hatch triggers in a tank?!

Thanks for sharing!!

I've only had it a week, so I haven't really noticed it bothering inverts.  

Gold Flakes are one of my favorite fish too.  It's been a really hardy fish, it's lived through a huge Ich outbreak and Flukes lol. Luckily, I only lost a Bangaii during my out breaks, so all my fish I feel are toughened up a bit.  Wink

As far as the the triggers go, I got 3 of them, all about 3 inches big.  One of my Females turned Male and then the 2 Males started fighting, so I sold him.  The pair does a really cool dance every night.  Here is a link, I video'd it about 18 months ago. https://vimeo.com/129066750  
I learned a lot about Cross Hatches from a gentleman named Jerry Jones up in Canada.  He's the only one that I know of who breeds Cross Hatches.  It's been a lot of fun learning about these fish.  Smile


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Beautiful tank!
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How the red tail wrasse? Does it eat your CUC or flip stuff over? Beautiful fish! OK, they're all beautiful fish! The gold flake angel is one of my all time favorites but I've been to chicken to get one. And how often do you see a pair of cross hatch triggers in a tank?!

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Originally posted by Mark Peterson Mark Peterson wrote:

I can't wait to see the tank after a year or two of growth. Smile
That was August 2014. Two years later now it's looking awesome. Thumbs Up
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A few updated shots.


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Want to see a tank so much
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Any updates?
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Your tank is looking fantastic Aaron.  I'm very happy to see everything thriving.
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Gorgeous tank, love the vid thanks for sharing.
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A little video I shot with my phone the other night. 

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Nice colonies man, I agree with Mark,  this is going to look awesome when it fills out.
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Originally posted by Mark Peterson Mark Peterson wrote:

I can't wait to see the tank after a year or two of growth. Smile


I haven't lost a single fish or coral since my big disaster. I'm around 60 pieces of SPS now.
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I can't wait to see the tank after a year or two of growth. Smile
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