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8 months on with my 100 gallon reef

Discussion in 'Member's tank videos' started by les, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. les

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    Very nice Les
     
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    Beautiful Big Thumbs Up
     
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    Thanks guys, it's getting there. I recon another 6 to 10montsh to fully mature and the frags to growmout more.
     
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    wow thats looks ace. Is that a pair of Royal gramma ?
    Have you ever managed to get them to breed ?
     
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    Thanks. Yes they are a pair of RGs and yes they breed. I have had 3 pairs over the years and all have bred in my tanks.
     
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    Very cool. Have you managed to keep the fry alive ?

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
     
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    No sorry I don't have an interest in breeding as such. The eggs are well hidden often deep in the rock work. Most of my fish spawn inc clowns, wrasse and damsels it is natural for them to do so if you provide the right conditions.
     
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