xinu's 375g tank

Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by xinumaster, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. iani

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    I had something like that happen to my bill this month. Except I accidentally paid my last months bill twice so this months bill was only 15 dollars. lol.
     
  2. xinumaster

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    Just to update this thread. I took some top down shots of my tank last night.

    This is how it looks from the top. Picture was taken farther from the back on the right side of the tank.
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    Closer to the front also on the right side of the tank.
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  3. xinumaster

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    Center-right
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    Front center
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  4. xinumaster

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    Left side shot.
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    and another left side shot.
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  5. sfsuphysics

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    Nice Perry! Although what's all this talk you always say you need more coral? :D
     
  6. alve

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    Very nice Perry! Looks like there isn't much space left in there to add anything.
     
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    [quote author=sfsuphysics link=topic=2609.msg65365#msg65365 date=1227214670]
    Nice Perry! Although what's all this talk you always say you need more coral? :D

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    Thanks, Mike. I need more corals to replace the ugly ones.

    [quote author=alve link=topic=2609.msg65368#msg65368 date=1227215199]
    Very nice Perry! Looks like there isn't much space left in there to add anything.
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    thanks, Alve. There are actually more space still. but I'll need to add more rocks if to attach corals.
     
  8. LeviT

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    Those pictures are misleading. That tank is huge, my 10 lb yorkie could snorkel in his tank it's so big :)

    Awesome shots Perry but we could use a fat FTS, maybe 3 or 4 pics stuck together?
     
  9. xinumaster

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    FTS like this? The tank is by the way 8ft long.
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  10. sid700

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    Very nice. How long does it take for a tank to fill-in like that? Let's say, starting from 1" frags?:)
     
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    Thanks, Sid. Took a year for 1" frag to grow to about 3". Some grow to about 12". It really depend on the species type

    Here is another picture. My newly acquired 12-14" giga.
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  12. jellygeee

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    Wow, very nice tank.
    How long does it take for you to clean/scrub the tank?
     
  13. alve

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    That tank is amazing Perry.

    That clam is a giant, look at the little frag in front of it ;D
     
  14. sfsuphysics

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    Doesn't really look that big, until you see those tunze pumps looking like little dinky things in there :D
     
  15. Apon

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    nice gigas, I saw some on the order list that size too. now your clam is bigger than my 2 little 10 inchers : )
     
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    [quote author=jellygeee link=topic=2609.msg65381#msg65381 date=1227219022]
    Wow, very nice tank.
    How long does it take for you to clean/scrub the tank?
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    5 min to magnet clean the front panel every day. But you'll end up spending another 30min to and 1" twiking something or moving corals.

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    nice gigas, I saw some on the order list that size too. now your clam is bigger than my 2 little 10 inchers : )
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    Mr clam lover, got more clams to show you Arnold.

    Squamosa, about 8"
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    Another squamosa, about 5"
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    Tear drop maxima, about 6"
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    Derasa and Crocea.
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    Clam cluster, giga, squamosa, crocea, maxima
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  17. Apon

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    you should order a box with me someday. here is a older shot of clams no longer with me. : ( oh the gigas is still with me.
     
  18. LeviT

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    Very nice. I think it's about time I get a little guy maybe a couple of inch's for my 46g. ....sorry for a bit of a highjack
     
  19. sfsuphysics

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    Arnold buys by the boxes? Man I knew he had a clam problem just didn't realize it was that bad! :D
     
  20. Apon

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    its cheaper sometimes - I can always split the box up too.... : )
     

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