Soon 5 years old Triton methode tank

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Not to much updates recently but the reef is going well. I have lost some fishes, mainly threadfin cardinals. It is only 5 left. I will probably not replace them - instead I probably will invest in a small school (10 +) of some Chrysiptera damsels. Probably Chrysiptera hemicyanea or Chrysiptera parasema. My introduction of two new pistolshrimps seems also work well - I do not see them very often but I see their works. I suspect that my original still lives - because the new ones seems to occupait new places - not the old catacombs :D Of the new shrimp gobies - I see one every day and the other sometimes. I have also done the yearly update of my hermit crew - this time wirth a small hermit from the Calcinus genus. The ones that have survive best in my reef are somme different species with red legs. I have never succeded with calcinus elegans

After some problems - it seem that I have found a partner to my old Gobiodon okinawae Today they share the same small forrest of Acropora

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Not to much updates recently but the reef is going well. I have lost some fishes, mainly threadfin cardinals. It is only 5 left. I will probably not replace them - instead I probably will invest in a small school (10 +) of some Chrysiptera damsels. Probably Chrysiptera hemicyanea or Chrysiptera parasema. My introduction of two new pistolshrimps seems also work well - I do not see them very often but I see their works. I suspect that my original still lives - because the new ones seems to occupait new places - not the old catacombs :D Of the new shrimp gobies - I see one every day and the other sometimes. I have also done the yearly update of my hermit crew - this time wirth a small hermit from the Calcinus genus. The ones that have survive best in my reef are somme different species with red legs. I have never succeded with calcinus elegans

After some problems - it seem that I have found a partner to my old Gobiodon okinawae Today they share the same small forrest of Acropora

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Sincerely Lasse
This picture is amazing. Love the colors blend here.
 

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My old Gobiodon okinawae have a deep yellow colour - probably because that I feed with food rich in astaxanthin. I have used fresh water cyclops in this aquarium since day 1 - together with frozen adult artemia. My yellow and red fishes have a very deep colour - the yellow fishes are close to orange. The new G. okinawae display a much paler yellow colour when it arrive but nowadays it is more like the old one. Together with my food and the RGB LEDs of my Mitras LED bars my fishes show a very good colour - especially yellow and red colours but the green colours also is amazing. I would recommend all people running heavy blue light to complement the lighting with some simple RGB strips. You will be surprised by the result - even when it comes to the colours of your corals.

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Some great covers, House of the rising sun, classic cover version. They are from my part of England North East coast. I must admit , I prefer the Stones.

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Yes they did a lot of covers but also really good originals like Its my life and we get to get out of this place. They always was true to the original artists (when they did covers) and Eric Burdon's voice - o - la la. Beatles - what is that ? and Stones - maybe on a bad hair day :)

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