Are you happy with your aquarium?

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Are you happy with your aquarium?

  1. Yes.

    18 vote(s)
    52.9%
  2. No.

    16 vote(s)
    47.1%
  1. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Aquariums seem to go in cycles.
    Are you happy with yours right now?
     
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  3. fletch

    fletch Kole Tang

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    At the moment Yes ( But that could change without notice )
     
  4. Save_the_Reef

    Save_the_Reef Spanish Shawl Nudibranch

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    I am happy with mine. My corals are growing, fish are growing, anemone is going to overrun the tank soon(Got him at 3 inch diameter, it is now roughly a dinner plate). I would love to upgrade my tank size, but sadly, I have no room for an upgrade.
     
  5. fletch

    fletch Kole Tang

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    Well I am having a bit of an Aiptasia problem,:mad: I just got 2 Peppermint shrimp on Friday ( No change yet ) :tongue4: ::)
     
  6. Diver_1298

    Diver_1298 Eyelash Blennie

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    No, not yet. I am dissapointed with the fact that I have some coralline growth on my glass. I think I have good growth on my rocks and even after going to ro/di water i still have some algae outbreaks. Sometimes a coral will die and I have no clue as to why... Rare but it happens. :( I know it takes time and patience. I keep waiting and trying new things without getting too radical. I know I am rambling but you asked and I"m telling lol


    Jim
     
  7. Bruce

    Bruce Giant Squid

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    well, if there was a 50/50 i would choose that, i like my tank now because it is very established...but i would say no because i wish i had better lighting to let acros grow better (since i have alot of softies they would fry)
     
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  9. seawillow

    seawillow Coral Banded Shrimp

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    Now that my 210 is set up and thriving, I couldn't be happier!! I have my dream tank...finally;D
     
  10. nfarocks

    nfarocks Astrea Snail

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    I would have to say for the most part....i mainly have mushrooms and pollops
    i have tried other corals in the beginning with no luck....i still have green hair alge over most of my LR . i have done everything my LFS has suggested....with great expense(i think thats what they want) but i have found a new fish and coral store...AND A GREAT WEB SITE i think with all the experience here i should have few problems getting my tank to what i would like.Thank you to all who belong to this site....the forums are great
    Mike
     
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  11. Jay

    Jay Teardrop Maxima Clam

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    No...right now I am having some problems with that red and brown stringy algae. Its that course type. Seems to be spreading. I have a new Kole tang that is finally eating good after a week or so of kind of pecking around. He is getting pretty serous about eating now. I have been feeding the sheet type algae on the suction cup clips. Also some spirenula flakes. I put Boyds vitamins on everyones food about 4 times a week. Seems to keep them healthy and ICK free for a while anyway, crossing fingers.

    Jay
     
  12. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Nope. Having a bryopsis, a. majano and anthellia problem that is forcing me to start over. Not a problem though as when I do I'll be going from a 90 gallon to a 180 gallon :)