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Fish and Tank Update – 6 Months


6 Month Update

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Hammer Coral Zoom In


Zoom IN!

 

Hammer Coral, Anchor Coral, Macro, Saltwater Tank, Saltwater Aquarium

 

Hammer Coral Polyps, Heads, Saltwater Tank, Coral

Big Hammer Coral, Saltwater Tank, Reef Aquarium, Reef Tank

Reef Tank Pan Left to Right


Panning from the left to the right of the tank.

 

Reef Tank, Saltwater Tank, Reef Aquarium, Saltwater Aquarium

Hammer Coral Macro


Macro view of our Hammer Coral.

Hammer Coral Macro, Anchor Coral, Saltwater Aquarium, Reef Tank

Hammer Coral Macro, Anchor Coral, Saltwater Aquarium

Quick Reef Tank Pan


A quick video pan from right to left of our reef tank.

 

Reef Tank, Saltwater Tank, Reef Aquarium, Saltwater Aquarium

Red Hawkfish (Cyprinocirrhites polyactus)


Red Hawkfish (Cyprinocirrhites polyactus), Saltwater Aquarium,  Reef Tank

Our Red Hawkfish has been a great addition to our reef tank. Always perching and checking things out.

 

An Hour in Water World with New Camera


Reef Tank, Marine Fish, Anthias, Lyretail Anthias

I picked up a new Sony Handycam (HDR-XR260V) for work yesterday and thought I would try it out on the reef tank for an hour. I think it did a pretty good job! Make sure to watch in HD and full screen. 🙂

Baby Peppermint Shrimp EVERYWHERE!


Since removing the blue damselfish from the refugium, the peppermint shrimp population has exploded! There used to be a few in the rocks but now they are everywhere in the 90 gallon refuge.  I guess they aren’t quite large enough for the peacock mantis shrimp to care about.  It will be interesting to see how many of them will make it to maturity. I’d say the biggest shrimp are about 3/8 inch now.

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