Redd

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About Redd

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  • Birthday 02/22/1984

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  1. That pic is a kickass full tank shot. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thank You to those people that voted for mine. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thanks. Nothing to take away from the BTA, that specimen is otherworldly. I have never seen anything like that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I saw in one of your FTS photos that you have a clown(s) already? I like the suggestion of a simple schooling species, too; anthias would be a kick ass choice. Even though I've been fond of a clown harem tank, I think multiple flame angels, convict tangs or foxface rabbitfish would be awesome spp. only fish.
  5. I gotta show the fellow RFA by @crimsonvice some love. The pic is in better focus and subject matter than mine. Good work.
  6. Has anyone ever added a clown to an established tank with only one clown? I have a 29BC, mixed reef, one ~1.5year old snowflake clown, gramma, shrimp and goby pair. I would like to eventually add this second clown as my final fish to the tank. I want to make sure I do it right. Both the clown and gramma are little a-holes when a new fish shows up. I've read to keep the clown species the same, and also to have the new clown be smaller than the existing clown. Anyone care to share experience and knowledge? The "usual suspects" are attached
  7. Has anyone ever added a clown to an established tank with only one clown? I have a 29BC, mixed reef, one ~1.5year old snowflake clown, gramma, shrimp and goby pair. I would like to eventually add this second clown as my final fish to the tank. I want to make sure I do it right. Both the clown and gramma are little a-holes when a new fish shows up. I've read to keep the clown species the same, and also to have the new clown be smaller than the existing clown. Anyone care to share experience and knowledge? The "usual suspects" are attached
  8. Stormwater Technician for Lake County Stormwater Mgt. Dept. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Ooooooo. I like better than mine Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. This addiction thing. As Rick James once said....."Coral is one hell of a drug".....or something like that
  11. You never catch the dragon, you just chase it forever until you're broke. Don't start in this hobby or else. BE WARNED
  12. They don't look like much, but they move around fairly deftly. They resemble aphids on a plant motoring around the crowns, stalks and rock. White specks that appear to move such as though they have legs like a mite.
  13. Love this pic!
  14. Doers anyone have any suggestions on how to improve these guys? they aren't growing, and always look transparent under the 10K/Actnics. Actinics only or LED they look good, but shriveled. The gramma messed up my focus apparently, but you should get the idea