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  1. Pretty cool! I haven’t seen them in person for 35+years. Used to catch them for fun or use them as fishing bait. the male display awesome colors too.
  2. It’s red montipora. My is in low-medium flow. You can place it in any part of the tank. I have some growing in the bottom of my tank. You can use “gel”super glue to mount it to the rock.
  3. Thanks David! I need a few more. Has been searching for octopus, shark, starfish and couple of fish at local stores with no luck.
  4. I was being sarcasm! Your other hobby overwhelm the tank. awesome basement btw. I am sure your tank will be the center of attention once you get it back to where it was.
  5. I has some spare time these past few weeks so I decided to continue to dressing up my fish room. Hung a few drywall and paint the fish room area. My little daughter help painted the wall decors. Tank progress update 3-30-2019 by t@#$%c, on Flickr
  6. I have a 100 rimless cube. I believed it's made by glasscage. Rimless does look good, but I personally hated it. Has to keep wiping around the glass as it always get salt creep or splash all the time and snails get out the died often too. Not sure about integrity of non-braced rimless, but mine has bottom brace and but none on top. I had a similar worry when I got the tank, so I added 4 triangle braces on each of the top 4 corners just for my own piece of mind.
  7. Here are my mating pair. female is about 5" and I think she still growing . You can hear her chopping jaws during feeding. ORA Tomato & Fire clownfish by t@#$%c, on Flickr ORA Tomato & Fire clownfish by t@#$%c, on Flickr
  8. Thanks man! Hasn’t done much building in the past few years.
  9. Ron, your tank looking great!
  10. $1300 for 3 is a little high but still not too bad considering that it's still in summer season. Try searching in neighboring airports. Also, check late at light (1-3AM) for deals.
  11. A bit off topic: I recalled reading a thread (I think buckeye hydro) that the 90GPD is actually a re-label of the 75GPD. 75gpd is rated at 50 psi. If you increase your pressure to 60 psi you should get around 90GPD. If you look at the specification for the 90GPD membrane, it's rated at 60 psi. You can verify your system by measure how long it take to make a gallon of RODI water.
  12. looks like mini brittle starfish. I have tons in frag rack and sump. Some red one too.
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