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  1. I would love to get pics, but pics probably wouldn't even show it. I would need a really good macro video. A video would show the inner bubbles as the fish and bubbles wobbled through the tank.
  2. Has anyone heard of or seen a bubbleeye with bubbles inside the main bubbles? I noticed recently that mine has at least two smaller bubbles inside the large main bubbles. If you have seen those balloons that have smaller balloons inside them it is exactly like that. As he swims and they wobble back and forth I can see the inside ones hit the outer one. Anyone?
  3. Here is my 150 planted. Fancy goldfish, platies, danios, dojo, guppies, etc. Tons of plants. No fertilizers, CO2, or anything. Just light and goldfish poop. I just pulled a ton of plant out right before I took the video.
  4. I love hand picking fish at the wholesaler. LINK
  5. I was curious if anyone has both any 05 Fluval (105-405 or FX5) AND any Eheim. I just have a couple questions: Which do you like better and why? What features do you like about each? (If all those features were on one or the other that would be your new favorite.) What do you not like about each and why?
  6. No, I have had 2 20 watts for about 9 months now, no problems. Are you sure the fixture can handle the 10 watts? That is the only thing I can think of.
  7. Has anyone used or is anyone currently using Dainichi? It seems to have a pretty good reputation overall but I don't seem to notice it being discussed on here or any other forums. How does it compare to NLS, Pro Gold, gel foods, etc.
  8. Any pics of that mystery coral? A lot of them look VERY similar, especially at that size. I know a lot of them don't move, but I think some of them do, can't remember for sure. It is not an anemone, right? Thanks.
  9. The pink purple stuff is probably coralline algae. Actually if the live rock is already cured it is best to transport it home completely submerged in a bucket, but most people don't do this. If you google 'mushroom propagation' you should be able to get some info about how to move that one.
  10. Here is a green mushroom that one of my green clown gobies loves to sit in (of course not when I am taking pictures): This zoanthid isn't mine but is at my work and I really like it: What do you guys think?
  11. Here is a blue ricordea: Here is a brain coral. It looked orange in the store but is more reddish in my tank: And here is a close up of the brain:
  12. I just wanted to share some pics of some of my new corals. The first is a rock covered in zoanthids, note the mussel on the left side. Here are a couple close ups of the same piece: And here is a shot of the same piece under just the actinic LEDs:
  13. I think as long as the questions are answered and the entire conversation moves on in a different direction after the original intent of the thread has been thoroughly addressed there is not a problem straying from the original topic.
  14. Good points. Mine is low enough in the tank that it actually doesn't get any bubbles when the tank is full. The other issue is the size of the bubbles. Large bubbles will rise quickly, but small bubbles rise very slowly, sometimes so slowly that they will simply go with the current, up or down. I am just surprised you were able to get such small bubbles from a post-impeller venturi.
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