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Old 07-27-2008
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Those are sooo pretty Donald. How is it that you take such great pics using flash and the colors seem so true as if taken without flash?


Thanks for sharing
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Old 08-01-2008
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Thank you everyone again for the compliments.

Heather, with the flash part, I just do a quick white balance correction before I post the pictures. I usually get rid of the extra blue or green that you may see otherwise, and it only take me one extra click to eyeball it. (iPhoto is my friend. )
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they are just sweet man!...or as mark said "off the hook". love the blue dots on the face them!
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Very nice pics of your colony especially the first pic.
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Sweet !!!!
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Great looking colony!!!!!!!!! I too like the 1st pic the most
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42 in a colony! That's what I'm talking about, nice amount to have.

I like the big rocks....looks natural. Like something you would see in the lake. All the lake pictures I've seen have big rock like that. Nice set up.
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are these yellow muragos or murago greenface. Any real difference or are they slightly different strains of same species.
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wow

these are next on my list been searching for another tank soon as i get it got to get me some murago
full tank shot please?
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Getting the murago has been well worth it. They are an interesting group that need a do not disturb sign on them. You do anything to the tank, and they stop breeding for a little while. The best color is always after a nice water change like most trophs, and I am noticing they do better with a lower temp (around 77) than higher (above 80).


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160RR 1/2 cylinder (60"x30"Wx30"H) AGE - Altum Biotope IN PROGRESS
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