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Old 12-13-2007, 08:18 PM   #4
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In all it's green shaggy glory. Most of the fish had gone to hide out on the right side of the tank, so I didn't get real aggressive there. I made a quick job of it and I didn't clean the glass for these shots.
Nice pics and tank Morph... The bare bottom reminds me of "Eng method" of aquarium keeping, and also the "Berlin Method" of "natural" system. One of the prettiest salt water aquariums I ever saw (and I've seen a few) was at a dive shop and it had nothing but coral rock and an airstone in it. (and water of course) Quite a contrast from the ion-exchange, carbon, trickle, mechanical, chemical, submicronic, dry, wet, yada yada filters.
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