Rescape Time Again

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  1. daveH

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    Well the tank is in such great condition and everything is thriving. I've been sitting back happily watching it.
    Bored . . . Time to rescape.
    I think I really have to get that crispa nem out of there, it's taken over the whole back corner and just looks too big for the tank.
    I'll also remove my xenia for a while, which was growing so fast, I have some in the Yasha if I need to put a bit back in.
    Plus things were starting to sting each other because they had grown so close.
    I want to take away the crowded look that was starting to happen with everything growing so well.
    Just a general tidyup.
    Pics will follow.;)
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  3. daveH

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    Stop that kind of talk Shane, stop it right now. :stop

    (Oooh . . why did you have to go and say that?)
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    I smell a new tank journal in the horizon.
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    I've got a buyer for the Crispa nem, so it's off to a new home tomorrow - all the corals around it are breathing a sigh of relief.
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    That's good but where are these pictures we've been promised :rolleyes
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    Give me chance for the dust to settle :)
    Since I did it in the morning things have been getting moved around all day. Pics tomorrow (if I'm happy with it :confused:)
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    Thought you might have been pulling our leg :p haha Nah I'm looking forward to seeing the rescape as I love your tank and the life you've got going on in there! :)
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    The Crispa went this morning to a good home, a much larger tank.
    The corals that were near him gave a huge sigh of relief.
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    And here it Is Dave, thanks, looks happy...

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    I'm really glad @somethingfishy76 let me pass it on to you. I wasn't going to let it go unless I could be sure it was going to a good home. It's a really unique nem, I hope it becomes a center of attraction for your tank.
    Cheers
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    No pics yet.
    Still making lots of small moves. I have a bit of space left now that the Crispa is gone - not just the space it occupied but the perimeter that was needed to avoid stinging.
    I want to try and get some of the corals I had scattered on the sand bed up onto the rocks, but still keep them away from the stingers.
    Also I have to wait and see where the bubble tip nem is going to settle, it decided to shift camp when things got moved around when we took the Crispa out.
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  14. daveH

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    Well, I think I'm happy enough with this scape. The camera just doesn't do it justice.
    I'll keep trying to get a better shot - might even try a small video.

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    My piece of reef
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    Looking good. Great to see everything so healthy and happy good work

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