there is a scopus tang (lower right corner) that you can see, there is also an algae blenny, a coral beauty a six line wrasse (lower left corner kind of a blur) and a mated pair of gold stripe maroon clowns in there.
this tank is about 2 1.2 years old I think
Originally Posted by cmaxwell39 http:///forum/post/2992782
Nice tank reef. I haven't seen you around in a while. Good to see you back.
not gone just, quiet. I still chip in on a thread here and there but have been occupied with other things a lot lately. mostly I just lurk. And thank you.
Originally Posted by spanko http:///forum/post/2993318
Looks like there might be a sun coral in there already.
I noticed that, too. I would move it to one side and insert a chili on the other. That's a pretty big cave and I'm all about using up available real estate.
Originally Posted by coralreefer http:///forum/post/2994830
you said 21.2 years? that purple monti in the middle is REALLY cool
2 1/2 typo on my part there
thanks thats one of my eye catchers the other big eye catcher is in m,y other tank my huge leather
Originally Posted by fishkid13 http:///forum/post/2994733
Nice tank, how much have you spent just on the corals?
no clue total coral expense is some where around 2-3 thousand over the years reefing maybe more get some sell it buy more trade etc.... if I sold all the corals I have at retail individually with mno price breaks for buying more I'd get about 2 grand out of it all in my estimation
Originally Posted by fishkid13 http:///forum/post/2992318
Looks good. Is there hair algea in there?
I have a lot of green and yellow corals what your probably seeing in the lack of details is a massive colony of yellow colonial polyps and beds of green rhodactis mushrooms that from a distance could easily be mistaken for hair algae. fortunatly for me my scopus tang loves algae of any sort and there is little to no algae to be found in my tank.