Nano sapiens 12g - Ye Olde Mixed Reef

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  1. Nano sapiens

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    FTS - 9th Year:

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    Little puddle of saltwater just keeps on doing it's thing... :)
     
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  3. Coral reefer

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    Can't see it
     
  4. Nano sapiens

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    How about now?
     
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    I can see


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  6. Nano sapiens

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    Great, thanks for updating.
     
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    how do you top it off? auto or manual?
     
  8. Nano sapiens

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    Auto, (2) slightly modified 'Pet Bottles'.
     
  9. Coral reefer

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    I don't remember the sps up too before. Are they newish? Also, what's up there besides the setosa?
     
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    The SPS has been up there for a few years. The purple sticks are questionable (possibly Stylophora or Digitata?). SPS wise, to the right is a Pavona maldivensis and behind all that are three species of Seriatopora, a Granulosa, Mint-green Pavona, three species of Leptoseris, Pink Stylocoeniella and Sunset Monti.
     
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