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Discussion in 'Fish Only Tanks, Predator Tanks' started by predator, 10 May 2011.

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  1. predator

    predator Member

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    here is a full tank shot

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    my lion fish

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    small lion fish

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    picaso trigger


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    more pictures coming
     
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    sump

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    im busy building my ATS

    skimmer

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    i want to add live rock and snow flake moray eel
     
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    looking awesome
     
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    Hey buddy!! Great to see the see you on MASA!!! Welcome!!!

    This is gonna be an awsome setup!!! Would not want to put any hands in that tank. If any of your sisters boyfriends messes with her, just throw their cellpones in your tank, and let them take it out with their hands!!! LOL!!!
     
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    haha i will:lol:
     
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    Or have them come eat my two boxfish, the Nudibranch and the jellyfish... We'll make em a cocktail soup!!! LOL

    Good luck with the tank, and keep us posted!!!
     
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    i will thanx
     
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    Nice tank, sadly the Lion will eventually "klap" some of those nice fish, one being the beautiful Trigger. Let us hope for the best rather
     
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    ok the damsels are there for the lions wene they get big
     
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    the fish i have

    2x clark clowns
    2x blue fin damsels
    2x 1spot damsels
    1x pacaso trigger
    1x niger trigger
    1x maroon clown
    2x lion fish
    1x semi circle

    no corals just blue mushrooms
     
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    That pipe in the water in picture one I hope that is not your return pipe because if it is and you have a power outage your return pump will stop pumping and your water will syphon back down into your sump and probably overflow your sump until the water level drops below that blue pipe it happened to me once 100 litres of water all over the floor no joke
     
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    Looks awesome. Not Picasso trigger though, it's a rectangular trigger. Rhinecanthus rectangulus..
     
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    Think we lost predator along the way.

    Last login 2011 :(
     
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    Think we lost predator along the way.

    Last login 2011 :(
     
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    Maybe he was eaten? ??
     
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    Probably the lionfish!
     
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