a little eye candy

reefinmike

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here is my fairly new(1 year old) sps tank. i took down my lps tank and there were a few i just had to keep... and its not like the crushed coral on the bottom was making good use of the light...

not spectacular pics but you still get the idea.

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reefinmike

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the flame hawk is one of my favorites, he gets along with my shrimp fine also, he really has a ton of personality.
 

reefinmike

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i like the penductors a lot. defenitally gives it more flow

55semireef- thanks. they are halides and vho. i have 2 250w 14k hamilton halides on either end, a 400w 15k xm halide in the middle and two 6' 160w uri super actinic vho's
 

blstravler

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=9249263#post9249263 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by reefinmike
the flame hawk is one of my favorites, he gets along with my shrimp fine also, he really has a ton of personality.

What other fish do you have in your tank, I had a flame hawk and he would not leave any fish in my tank alone that were smaller then him?
 

reefinmike

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lol, i have 20 fish as of now, but my 3" sixline is the biggest of them all.

flame hawk
maroon clown
firefish
sailfin tang
2 scooter blennies
2 percula clowns
baby skunk clown
3 chromis
2 barred dartfish
sixline wrasse
twinspot hogfish
scissortail goby
dusky jawfish
yellowtail damsel
carpenters fairy wrasse
 

reefinmike

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i have done it both ways, a few big fish, and a lot of small fish. personally i really like it a lot more with a bunch of little fish. much more variety, and the tank looks a lot more lively
 
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