Looks greatImaginatarium 3.7G
My lil DPV nano is coming along nicely... the DPV split some time ago but the split failed. The "mother" has fully recovered and colored back up.
Not bad for a lil 3.7G with just LR and a few marine pure balls.
I purposely am leaving the glass dirty atm. Growing out pods I actually want to have. Gameplan is to swish the filter media in my other tanks once i kill off the other pods i don't care for. Mwahaha.
Btw, really liking this whole low profile look with an XR15 sitting on top of the cover glass. Might convert all my other nanos to this setup for other projects...
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Interesting idea actually.@ofzakaria speaking of which, it's probably time for me to move your frags up and glue them to a rock... the encrusting is now under the plugs so should don't want to waste the growth.
one thought I am considering though is to put the plugs on top of large crushed coral matrix media. idea is the encrusting would spread onto the loose pieces and I and have speed up teh. creation of colonies using the small bits that would grow and fuse back together... similar to the revitalization project being done in FL
I would have said red planet if it was not for the green spots..AquaJapan 85
I picked up a random sps frag a long while ago that was mounted behind the rainbow pocillopora colony so never really got to look closely at it.
When i first grabbed it, it looked pretty unassuming. Pink with hits of green and reddish polyps.
But now, when I look at it again, it's turned into quite a piece! Rather than branch, it thicken in width and now the skin is red, green ,and peach. The body still has short red polyps but the arms coming out have long white polyps.
@ofzakaria Thoughts on this piece?
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