Clown's Tank Pics

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  1. clown

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    HI ALL,

    HERE IS MY 120LT BOYU TANK AFTER 3 AND 1/2 MONTHS.
    HAVE 2 FIJI CHROMIS IN.

    I ALSO HAVE FANWORMS - THEY ARE GROWING NICLY.
    I WOULD LIKE TO NOW WHAT TYPE OF FANWORMS I HAVE.i THINK IT IS A XMAS FANWORM. THE PIC IS A PHOTO THAT I SOOM IN TO SO THAT ALL CAN SEE DETAILS ON THE WORM.

    SEE ATTACHED PIC'S
    REGARDS CLOWN
     

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  3. Brandon WJ

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    good start!
     
  4. riyadhessa

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    Yer looking good but next time try and use image uploader...
     
  5. FransSny

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    Seems like you are off to a good start Clown,

    Just a suggestion, see if you can upload your pics directly...makes it a bit easier to to see, if you are not sure how there is a thread somewhere

    Still looking like a good start :)
     
  6. FransSny

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    Sorry man....think we posted at the same time
     
  7. Tony

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    Nice looking although I can't see your fan worms unless I'm dof
     
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    Those look like Sabellid Fan Worms AKA Featherdusters ;)
     
  9. Tony

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    Then I am dof
     
  10. ben lloyd

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    :lol:dont worry i dont see it as well
     
  11. RUAN

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    looking good
     
  12. clown

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    HI ALL,

    IM SORRY ABOUT THe pic it was just that I could not just some how get it loaded on via Image uploader.

    Tony you arnt dof - they about 1cm wide and the other 6 is about 1/2 cm wide.
    so you cant see them if you dont look very close to the rock ,they are light brown with white bands on them and this make them hard to see for now.
    You will see i zoom into the 2 big ones and took a pic.

    I now they grow slowly but since this two appeared in my tank they grew about a 1/2 cm bigger in a 1 & 1/2 months.

    I thought it can be Xmas fanworm because I looked at Xmas pic and saw that there top layer look very similair to my worms.
    I guest I have to wait until they are bigger to get better look at them.

    I have brown algae and hair algae in the tank but I dont mind about that because I want to ade a diamond gobby,hermits,Coral beauty and snails a bit later and for now I brush the rocks now and then and leave only the back of the tank to grow some algae.My Fiji Chromis now and then are nipping on the algae.

    I will load more pic's later.

    Regards clown
     
  13. RUAN

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    cool thanks for an update
     
  14. Annoying

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    Try using photobucket...

    Nice tank by the way!
     
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    lovely tank:)

    looking great
     
  16. crispin

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    annoying, thats a very nice avatare:)
     
  17. clown

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    Hi All,

    Many Thanx For All The Good Reply's On The Tank.

    Im Looking To Buy A Orange Spotted Sleeeper Goby.
    I Phoned Sams And Aquaconceps And Both Have No Stock.

    Do Any One Els Now Where In Cpt Can I Get This Stunning Fish At A Good Quality Marine Pet Shop.

    I Love This Fish Because It Zooplankton And Meaty Treats.

    Thanx Clown
     
  18. Jaak

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    Dude, your tank looks good. I had a orange spotted sleeper goby in my boyu for a short while. He WILL rearrange your entire tank and there will constantly be fine substrate in the water column. Also, I don't think your tank will be able to sustain it as they eat pods, etc in the substrate and your tank is not near mature enough. My 2c.
     
  19. clown

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    Hi Jaak

    Which goby that will shift my sand can I get that is not to ruff and that will be good for my tank??

    Best Regards
    Clown
     
  20. clown

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    Hi Jaak <

    How is the Tiger watchman goby ??

    Clown
     
  21. clown

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    HI,

    IM LOOKING TO BUY A BICOLOR BLENNY AND I SEE IT FEEDS ON ALGAE. DOES IT
    EAT HAIRALGAE?

    MUST I GET A BICOLOR BLENNY OR A LAWNMOVER BLENNY??

    PLEASE ADVISE ME.

    CLOWN
     
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