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New photos of 14 gallon

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I cut back  my water changes and I am getting some nice coral growth.  Some algae is growing too.  So everyday I take out some just to make sure the corals don't get covered. I am hoping with coral growth that there will not be many places for the algae to grow.  I even have a couple snails I had to pull out and remove the jungle from their shells. 
Really like my royal gamma(sp) but don't like its habit of spit gravel all over my rocks.  
Some pictures from yesterday.
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Its beautiful Angie!!!!

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wow thats very nice hun :thumbs:

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thank you both.

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Looks great Angie!

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Thank you

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Thank you all.

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The corals are gorgeous! Wow!

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Thank you. I am so glad they are starting to grow.

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Corals are fascinating.

TidalGardens is a good channel for eye candy if you like them.  Informative too. 

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That is a beautiful tank! Well done :)

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Thanks all;

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Wow, I love those corals! I kinda think the snails are cute with hairy stuff on them...is it bad for the snails?

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Not that I know of.  Might get a little heavy. lol 

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That is so pretty! I tend to dislike little tanks but yours is a world in and of itself!

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Looks great! :thumbs:

I loooove your gramma too :D

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Thank you both. This little tank is always so entertaining.  Saltwater is so different the freshwater.

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The corals ate looking great, Angie! :)

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Thank you.  Added some sand today cause when I vacuum it I take some out and was hardly any left. lol

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I over doses the 29 gallon with algae killer.  So took out the rock and moved any corals that look alive to the 16 gallon 3 weeks ago. Some stuff is starting to recover.

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Dang it sure does it job doesn't it :o 

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That's a really nice marine tank.  My dad had a big one when I was little.  Impressive that you can maintain such a small tank.

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1 hour ago, mcpesq817 said:

That's a really nice marine tank.  My dad had a big one when I was little.  Impressive that you can maintain such a small tank.

I love salt water tanks. I had one years ago :) 

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