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The brain collection expands again

Discussion in 'Marine Reef Keeping' started by Arakkis, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. Arakkis

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    Really nice collection! My LFS just got some nice welsos in. So hard to resist :).
     
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    gettin that one dialed in, next up is the SPS tank.. Collected so many kinda can see the rock anymore
     
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    Cool! I love tanks when people focus on one type of coral! I dk why I chose chalices to collect when these are just as pretty!
     
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    So many brains... it's like Zombie Thanksgiving!
     
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    I have a tank for just softies, another is just lps and another is just sps.. and each might have 1 or 2 fish lol..

    I just cut up my jason fox maimi hurricane, jason fox revese sunset monti, Reverse superman monti, purple haze monti, green slimer, ora purple bonsai, red setosa, and a bunch of other random stuff.. frag farmin
     
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    Are you keeping the chalices on the bottom of that tank? I would think they would adhere to the glass and never come off.
     
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    they're on disks, not big enough to adhere yet plus I also have 3, plug trays for acrylic rods 18in x 18in.. so sutible space isn't a biggie.
     
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    those are amazing!
     
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    very nice
     

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