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Old 01/16/2008, 10:41 AM   #1
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Photo's of my 75

I'm going to do this one shot at a time with a description. Easier for me to keep track. You will notice there isn't much algea in the tank. I had a major hair algea outbreak, I went and got one of those blue tux urchin's and three large snails and all algea is gone. Begining to get a little concerned about the little guys now with not enough food. Was kinda debating on supplimenting, not real sure what with??? Starting with my breeding pair of Percula's. Started with the trio to cycle the tank, have had them 2 1/2 yrs. The anenome is kinda shrunk in the shot, normaly he's pretty big (8"). [IMG][IMG]

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