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Neptune's Tanks

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If I did this right :shock: …….. Attached are a few photos of my current tanks.

The new 55 is my bimac's future home. More rock to be added. It has been cycling since 1-11-04. I am ready, but it is not. 8)

The 72 is an agressive tank. Inhabitants include - lionfish, red emperor snapper, mexican dragon eel, undulated trigger, niger trigger

My micro reef "46 gal" has far to many inhabitants to name but if you look closely I bet you can guess how many jellybeans there are. And if you are really curious ask me and I will eventually give in. LOL





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Jan 14, 2004
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Wow Neptune- your tanks are very nice looking! Who helps you with keeping them so nice? Your wife must be such a cool lady to let you fill the house with all these tanks. They are so large and in excellent shape!
 
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Apr 3, 2003
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LOL The two of you do a fine job with your gorgeous tanks. I especially enjoyed seeing the shot of the aggressive tank in which the eel is peeking out. I look forward to seeing your octopus pictures. :tentacle:

Melissa
 

Colin

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is this the first husband and wife tonmoers???

very nice looking house neptune! (and tanks obviously) :wink:
 

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